Pintos at rest

21 03 2022

Now this was a hike that led me to these beauties. Almost circular if you note that fact that we started and ended in almost the same place on semi-similar trails – some sections VERY muddy still with melting snow in the shade of pinon and juniper trees. My boots were unhappier with the journey (uppers may or may not be coming apart from lowers), but my heart and my brain were delighted at the lingering moisture … not to mention the aforementioned and abovepictured beauties. šŸ™‚


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15 responses

21 03 2022
Trish

Hoping the snow melts ever so slowly !

28 03 2022
TJ

We can still see snow from the basin and lower valley … but it’s not too close to us.

21 03 2022
Karen Ann Schmiede

Love those pintos!

28 03 2022
TJ

šŸ™‚

21 03 2022
lovewildmustangs

Beautiful mustangs!

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28 03 2022
TJ

šŸ™‚

21 03 2022
Martha Kennedy

If I were ready to surrender to being (yet another) western artist, I’d want to paint this. ā¤ Beautiful

28 03 2022
TJ

It hardly looks real, eh? šŸ™‚ But I promise, it’s that beautiful!

28 03 2022
Martha Kennedy

I have a friend in Wyoming who has a big ranch. I illustrated a book for her. She keeps sending me stuff only Western Artists would be interested in. I dunno… Your photo almost pushed me over the edge šŸ˜€

22 03 2022
Sue E. Story

Pinto pretties posing. They look so nice out there in that big, beautiful country!

28 03 2022
TJ

They sure do! šŸ™‚

22 03 2022
Pat

This is great!

28 03 2022
TJ

šŸ™‚

10 04 2022
pnickoles

Very peaceful setting.

10 04 2022
TJ

Before the wind … ! šŸ™‚

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