I love springtime. Days are getting warmer and April showers have brought May flowers. Springtime also brings in the new baby foals to the Mustang herds. As I drove to my favorite area to find my band of Mustangs, I am not disappointed to the amount of cuteness I see everywhere. And it’s unbelievable the amounts of colors the herds are producing. Beautiful Paints – amazing Appaloosas, pictured here for your viewing pleasure. (more…)
Horse pictures and images of wild Mustangs at The Horse Network.
With daytime temperatures in the high 90’s, I was concerned for the Mustangs. Did they have shade? Did they have enough water? Again, I didn’t find Midnight or his herd in their normal area. I decided to leave the valley and ride my ATV up into the mountains. I then found Midnight, his herd and more Mustangs! They had migrated to higher elevations, which meant cooler weather and greener grass to feed on. Beautiful baby foals were a delight to spend the day with. (more…)
May 2015 I was in a panic. I couldn’t find Midnight and his herd. As I went on a frantic search of Midnight, I came across a new herd of Mustangs. (more…)
As I made repeated visits to watch Midnight’s family expand, I encountered several new herds. Including a band of bachelor stallions – trying to steal willing mares, so to start creating families of their own. It was a non-stop show of Mustang interactions. (more…)
After the Deer Run band of Mustangs were rounded up in 2012, I searched for a new band of Mustangs to visit and photograph. In 2015 I discovered a new herd near Carson City. This amazing band of wild Mustangs is led by the most stunning black Stallion I have ever seen in the wild. I have named him “Midnight”. (more…)
Watch as a stallion saves a filly from drowning in a river in Arizona.