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 bring a better world for all of us. I am sharing some of my favorite wild horse images here for you as 2020 is coming to a close.

The iconic wild stallion Cloud, the most famous of America’s wild horses

See “Cloud’s Pride”

A beautiful wild stallion just before dawn in Adobe Town

See “Sunrise Stallion”

Washakie, the king of the McCullough Peaks wild horse herd

See “Black and White Stallion”

Picasso, famous wild stallion of Sand Wash Basin runs to his family

See Picasso’s Run

Wild stallion Blue Zeus approaches in the early morning in the Red Desert of Wyoming

See “Blue Zeus”

A wild stallion runs up to see me in the early morning in Adobe Town

See “Freedom’s Call”

A mare and her yearling and foal together at dawn in Palomino Buttes

See “The Wild Family”

The wild stallion Blue Zeus in a quiet moment in the Red Desert

See “Portrait of Blue Zeus”

Wild stallion Washakie in the early morning in the McCullough Peaks Herd

See “Washakie’s Portrait”

To help celebrate the New Year, I am offering two greeting cards with my images on them signed by me with every purchase you make from now until midnight on December 31. You don’t need to do anything, I will send you the cards once you place an order. It is just my way of saying again, thank you.

Washakie leads a group of wild stallions who are released at the end of a roundup in the McCullough Peaks Herd

See “McCullough Peaks Wild Stallions Released”

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