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Old Mar 11, 2007, 12:50 PM   #1
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Wild Horses - Warm Springs Nevada Area - Brrrrrr

Pentax K10D - Sigma 50-500 & Tamron 24-135

Early in the morning about 8 above zero. A little dusting of snow during the night.

A Stud and a Mare



With a close up


Same morning from a little different location



With a close up



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Old Mar 11, 2007, 1:19 PM   #2
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Roger again great shots, but this time it's not the horses that draw my attention but more the mountain colors, the snow especially in nr3 - Just gives me the chils

Great shots - Ronny
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Old Mar 11, 2007, 1:22 PM   #3
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Roger again great shots, but this time it's not the horses that draw my attention but more the mountain colors, the snow especially in nr3 - Just gives me the chils

Great shots - Ronny
It was a little cooool. There was a little breeze and that made it feel colder than the temperature. Thanks for taking the time to look and for commenting.

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Love the second shot - the mountains really add to it, and the horses show just how little there is growing around there.
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Love the second shot - the mountains really add to it, and the horses show just how little there is growing around there.
I agree it really doesn't look like they have much food available.

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