The Wildest Heart

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In Wyoming’s Red Desert, wild horses roam, and in the area known as the Red Desert Complex, some of the most colorful wild horses that I have ever spent time with live with their families. One of my very favorite stallions is a stunning blue roan with a dark face, and 4 white tall stockings on his legs. His name …

Stunning Sable Island Stallions

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Sable Island is a magical place. Located 100 miles from Halifax, Nova Scotia, it is a 42 km long sand island that is home to birds, grey seals and about 500 wild horses. The weather in the winter is very harsh, yet these wild horses thrive there, and they are free to roam with their families with no fear of …

The Feisty Wild Filly and Her Family

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I have been visiting the wild horses in the Red Desert Complex in Wyoming for the last 4 years. The most enjoyable part of my trips are getting to know wild families, and the longer I spend with them, the more their unique personalities shine through. This spring it was challenging to get out to the horse areas because of …

Springtime for the Horses in Portugal

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In late April I traveled to one of my favorite destinations to photograph horses, Portugal, home of some of the most stunning horses in the world. Spring is a wonderful time to go because everything is green, there are flowers, and it is not usually very hot. “Colorful Fairy Tale Horses” These very colorful Lusitano mares and foals were curious …

The Last of Winter

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I had a wonderful trip visiting horses in Alberta, Canada in February, and it was the coldest week of the year! But the horses were beautiful and seemed to thrive and enjoy showing off despite the very cold temperatures. “Two Clydesdale Stallions Run” These two beautiful Clydesdale stallions were running in their pasture with great abandon and thundering hooves.   …

Carol Walker’s Art Featured at the Western Spirit Art Show in Cheyenne, Wyoming

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  On Saturday, March 3 the Western Spirit Art Show opens at the Old West Museum in Cheyenne, Wyoming. The Reception is open to the public from 6-10 pm, and all types of artwork from oils to pen and ink to photography and sculpture, all with a western theme, will be displayed and for sale. Carol has 5 pieces in …

The Wild Horses of Düelman, Still Running Free

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On my trip to Germany in May, I taught a workshop and was able to visit and photograph the last wild horse herd in Germany, the Düelman wild horses. “Many Manes” by Carol J. Walker As the mares and foals ran togehter and turned, the different colors and textures of manes were striking. The code for ordering the image is: …

Honoring The Wyoming Checkerboard Wild Horses

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For three weeks, I observed as wild horses were rounded up and removed from three Herd Management Areas in Wyoming. There were moments that I got to spend with these horses when they were not being chased by helicopters but were still free with their families, and I will always treasure those moments when they let me into their lives. …

Sable Island Stallions

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Sable Island is an amazing, magical place to visit. The island is so remote that the only way to visit is by plane or ship. The 25 mile long sand island which is 100 miles off the coast of Nova Scotia is home to over 500 wild horses that endure very harsh conditions in winter, but continue to thrive. When …

Spanish Stallions in the Spring

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Spring is wonderful time to visit the Andalusians in Spain. The weather is cool, the hills are green, and the horses are frisky. “Black Stallion’s Wild Mane” by Carol J. Walker This gorgeous Andalusian’s black coat has red highlights and gleams in the sun as he runs in an arena in southern Spain. This image can be ordered as a …