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Here at we were fortunate enough to go on a mustang photo excursion. With a great guide and a fellow photographer, both of whom happened to be good friends, we spent a day from before sun up until late afternoon photographing wild mustangs. It was a day we won't forget.

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We were in the first pasture ready to take photos before the sun came up. As the first light of day arrived the mustangs began to come from all directions to the sound of the feed truck.

Several mustangs in the early morning light


As the first rays of sun became stronger, but still had a soft golden glow, this beautiful buckskin mare came into view.

A buckskin wild mustang mare


This mare was very curious, and seemed to enjoy hanging around us and the truck. Here, she demonstrates the flehmen posture. If you aren't familiar with the "flehmen posture," check it out on our "What Are... Some Horse Facts" page.

A mustang demonstrates the flehmen posture


Before long we were surrounded by horses, and they were still coming.

Sorrel and white mare


A beautiful sorrel and white mare.

Sorrel and white mare


This gray mare was very aloof and suspicious.

A gray wild mustang mare


There were lots of cockleburrs in manes and tails; horses love to scratch themselves with cockleburrs. This mare evidently loves them more than most.

A wild mustang horse with lots of cockleburrs in her mane


If you're going to prowl thousands of acres looking for mustangs, a 6X6 is a sweet ride. A little bumpy, but still a sweet ride.

An army 6X6

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