Golden couple

31 12 2018

Gaia and Storm

Hope everyone had a marvelous Christmas holiday! After a joyous trip to visit my family in Texas, I returned to Colorado – to snow! It’s a sight for sore eyes to see the countryside under varying depths of white stuff – moisture in frozen form. Hopefully winter will grace our dry, dry country. It looks good on the land. 🙂

Happy New Year’s Eve!

Pretty as a picture

30 12 2018

Juniper; Brumley Point

Beautiful grey girl Juniper watches another band in the distance.

That’s Brumley Point in the distance behind her. It forms part of Spring Creek Basin’s southeastern boundary.

Caught ya lookin’

29 12 2018


Raven was giving me a devil of a time trying to catch her in a good pose (not eating, butt turned toward me or walking away). Finally, I caught this shot of her looking over a bandmate’s rump. Gotcha. 🙂

The lightness of being

28 12 2018


Storm has a spring in his step and a lilt to his tail as he walks back to his band from his chat with Sundance.

Model good looks

27 12 2018

Cassidy Rain

Cassidy Rain is a stunner, especially when she’s posing so prettily.

She was watching a lone pronghorn buck in the distance and was focused intently on it as it surveyed her band and others in the area.


26 12 2018


Sometimes, the glitter IS pure gold.

Three wise mares

25 12 2018

Maia, Alegre and Houdini

Merry Christmas!

Best wishes for a beautiful holiday to readers and supporters of our Spring Creek Basin mustangs. 🙂

A chat between boys

24 12 2018

Storm and Sundance

Storm and Sundance have a little meeting with their bands at safe distances. They sniffed each other; they sniffed their stud pile. There was some squealing and more mane tossing than the girls ever do. … And they went their separate ways.

Ah, boys. 🙂

Merry Christmas Eve!

Big red

23 12 2018


Completely at his leisure, Hayden watches me while I admire him. 🙂


22 12 2018


Storm also has been to the Spring Creek Basin hairdresser, apparently. 🙂