Susanon November 28, 2013
I just look forward to you pictures every morning to start my day. Love this album, I would say you out do yourself each and every new album!
Dianneon November 21, 2013
All I can say is WOW. I think this is one of my favorite albums yet - love the foals jumping and playing. Almost feels like you are right there. Thanks for sharing your wonderful photos.
Jean Edeson November 20, 2012
Great bunch of pictures. There does look like a lot of those mares are in foal. I sure hate that awful jug head. I have seen the group of wildies in the west and they had fairly nice heads, its a real shame this stallion is throwing such strong jug heads. (thats the term). I really wonder if some of this group came from horses turned loose from ranches, etc. I would love to know the story of these herds. The wildies in the west have great long manes at least the ones I saw many years ago. They were hardly ever seen by humans. We ran into a group once in the fall when we were riding. Most of them were a Dark Bay color so long manes were black. This group is very interesting. The foals have grown since you first started photographing. Thanks for keeping us posted Duane. I enjoy these photos.