Wild Salt Wells Creek Stallion is a Survivor

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In the spring of 2013 while I was visiting and photographing the wild horses of Salt Wells Creek, I encountered a stunning blue-eyed stallion who made me laugh with his funny expression, listening to a stallion behind him and his family.   I had no idea that I would encounter him again  – there were roundups in Salt Wells Creek …

The Story of a Curly Cremello Colt

Carol Walker Wild Horse Tales

On a beautiful morning in May 2020, I was photographing family bands of wild horses as they left where they were drinking along a creek in Salt Wells Creek. They were moving to an open area where they would spread out and graze and nap. Suddenly I caught sight of a tiny cremello foal with a dark buckskin mare. As …

Wild Horses in the News on Tucker Carlson Show Interview with Carol Walker

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Hi everyone, My big news for the week was that I was on Tucker Carlson’s show Wednesday night to talk about the Bureau of Land Management’s mismanagement of America’s wild horses that has led to wild horses being sent to slaughter. To see the full interview with my photographs plus the New York Times article that led up to it, …

A Wild Cremello Curly Colt, Oh My!

Carol Walker Wild Horse Tales

When I was visiting the Salt Wells Creek Herd Management Area in Wyoming outside Rock Springs, I was astonished when I met for the first time a tiny new cremello colored foal that was also a curly! Delighted was not a strong enough word. This little one’s coat was so thick he almost looked like a little lamb. There is …

Last Chance for Horse Photography in Special Studio Sale

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Announcing Last Three Days of My Studio Sale Last chance! February 10 is the end of my studio sale.  Many of my most popular images on gallery wrapped canvas which are ready to hang on your wall are now offered at very special low prices so that I can make room in my studio for more! Here is where they  …

Horses Gallop to Studio Sale

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Announcing Studio Sale From January 21 – February 10 many of my most popular images on gallery wrapped canvas which are ready to hang on your wall will be offered at very special prices so that I can make room in my studio for more! Here is where they will be available, first come first served: Shop Studio Sale In …

Thank You for Sharing My Journey

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In my last newsletter of 2020, I am saying a huge thank you to you for following me on my journey. Thank you for caring about my photography and thank you most of all for caring about America’s wild horses. Although this year has been challenging on so many levels, I have very good reason to hope that 2021 will …

Washakie: Painted Wild Stallion of McCullough Peaks

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Washakie has been my favorite wild stallion since I first encountered him in 2006 when he was first starting a family. His gorgeous coloring and proud fierce spirit make him stand out among other stallions. Here, he is chasing another stallion away from his family and appears to be headed right at me. His black and white coloring lends itself …

25% off Horse Art by Carol Walker Until November 16

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Last Two Days of my Black Friday 25% Off Sale For two more days, you can purchase fine art prints, gallery wrapped canvas, metal prints and acrylic prints on my website for 25% off the regular price. Use coupon code BF2020 at checkout. Shop the Sale: https://www.livingimagescarolwalker.com/ This image can be found on my new website here: Portrait of Blue …

Fearless Wild Mare

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This is a wild pinto mare named True Heart. She is the lead mare in her large family and a devoted mother in the Red Desert Complex of Wyoming. I do not often encounter her, so I was thrilled to find her family in the late afternoon on a high spot taking a nap. True Heart stood over her sleeping …