Featured Horse Art Work by Carol Walker – Waiting for Spring Edition

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New Wild Horse Artwork “Custer’s Dance” by Carol Walker As winter continues to bring cold to the United States this week, I am thinking about spring, and this image with its gorgeous mountain flowers seemed like a perfect start for this week’s newsletter. This striking wild stallion named Custer lives in the Pryor Mountains of Montana. He looks as though …

Featured Horse Artwork by Carol Walker Black and White Edition

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New Wild Horse Artwork “Tecumseh Runs” by Carol Walker This beautiful wild stallion named Tecumseh lives in the McCullough Peaks Herd Area of Wyoming.  Although he was a very young band stallion at the time of the 2009 roundup, he was able to get his mares back afterward, which demonstrates the strong bonds that had formed between he and his …

Featured Horse Artwork by Carol Walker Happy New Year Edition

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New Wild Horse Artwork “Picasso Leaps” by Carol Walker This iconic wild stallion named Picasso lives in the Sand Wash Basin Herd Area in Colorado. He is known as the Grand Old Man of Sand Wash Basin, and although his age is estimated at 24, he still has a family, and still displays a wild joy as he leaps, heading …

Featured Horse Artwork by Carol Walker Holiday Edition II

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  New Wild Horse Artwork “Wild Mare Runs” by Carol Walker This wild mare named Razzle lives in the Sand Wash Basin Herd Area in Colorado. Here she is running with abandon toward the waterhole in the beautiful morning light. Her dramatic coloring shows up vividly against the background. This image is available as a fine art print or as …

Featured Horse Artwork by Carol Walker Holiday Edition

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New Wild Horse Artwork “From the Dust” by Carol Walker This gorgeous buckskin wild stallion named Bugs lives in the Sand Wash Herd Area of Colorado. Here he is walking toward the waterhole in the northern part of the herd area on a very hot summer day. He seems to appear suddenly out of the dust as he walks confidently …

Featured Horse Artwork by Carol Walker

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New Wild Horse Artwork “Washakie’s Portrait” by Carol Walker This wild stallion named Washakie lives in the McCullough Peaks Herd Area in northern Wyoming. His long mane and forelock usually cover his expressive eyes, so I look for an opportunity when they peek out to capture an image. I have been photographing this gorgeous black and white pinto stallion for …

Art for a Cause

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Carol Walker is an ardent advocate for keeping America’s wild horses wild and free on our country’s public lands. Proceeds from the sales of her artwork, books and stock photography fund her work to help our wild horses. Please go to www.WildHoofbeats.com for more information on the issues facing wild horses, and what you can do to help.

Horse Photography: Photographing Wild Horses 1

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Spring is finally here, and it is time to go visit the wild herds.  In my opinion, the best time of year to photograph wild horses is in spring and early summer, since the foals and being born, the stallions are vying for mares, and the horses are very active. When visiting wild horse areas, it is important to be …