Loneliest Road In America Wild Horse Herd  by Jeanne  Nations

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This herd of horses is just off of Hwy 50 along the lonelist road in America,in Eastern Nevada , it is miles and miles of nothing in the middle of no where . I took a backroad and came across a beautiful herd of wild horses and one little burro, that seemed to be very curious about the photographer! It was a great experience seeing these horses living free.

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close up, equine, foal, nations, nevada, stallion, summer, west, wild horse

Wild Horse Photographer and Advocate. I enjoy being out in the wilderness photographing our wild and free roaming horses and burros. I hope you enjoy looking through my portfolio and that my images will bring your heart and soul a sense of joy and peace that I feel when ever I am around the wild ones. All comments are greatly appreciated!

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  • BigCatPhotos
    BigCatPhotosabout 4 years ago

    Perfect. This is just stunning – the light and colours are so wonderful.

  • Hi BigCat thanks for leaving such a wonderful comment it is truly appreciated!

    – Jeanne Nations

  • ducilla
    ducillaabout 4 years ago
    Wow.. What a great photograph Jeanne!!! perfect in its statement!…Dennis
  • Hi Dennis thanks for stopping by and I appreciate the wonderful comment a great way to start the day!

    – Jeanne Nations

  • LudaNayvelt
    LudaNayveltabout 4 years ago

    wow, what a super composition and beautiful processing, favor for me

  • Hi Luda thanks for the support, I appreciate the wonderful comment!

    – Jeanne Nations

  • doubleheader
    doubleheaderabout 4 years ago

    Great comp and wonderful lighting Jeanne.. nice work.. Bill

  • Hi Bill thank you so much I sincerely appreciate your input!

    – Jeanne Nations

  • Shirley McMahon
    Shirley McMahonabout 4 years ago

    Amazing. My guess is that burro is the herd protector. He’s a big fella. I wonder if he’d be a throwback from the trail drivers. So much magical history here. The colours of the mountains are incredible….are they the actual colours of the land?

  • Hi Shirley there are many interesting spots along hwy 50 with lots of old west history I love going down that road, I never know what I will find, I was very lucky to find these wild horses, That is the true color of those mountains they are fabulous! thanks so much for the comment !

    – Jeanne Nations

  • socalgirl
    socalgirlabout 4 years ago

    Very nice Jeanne. The mountains looked like they were painted in. Fabulous lighting.

  • Hi Marte thank you for the wonderful comment, no painting or photoshop those are the real color of those mountains, it does make a good backdrop for the wild horses take care!

    – Jeanne Nations

  • WOBBLYMOL
    WOBBLYMOLabout 4 years ago

    beautiful colours, stunning shot Jeanne

  • Hi my friend thanks for the kind comment !

    – Jeanne Nations

  • GranC53
    GranC53about 4 years ago

    Jeannie that may be the lonliest road in America but you are probably one of the most fortunate woman photographers to happen on such an awesome sight! Kudos to you! BTW, do you travel with a dog? Or something to protect you? Gotta be careful these days on those desolate roads.

  • Hi GranC53 I do feel blessed to have come across this herd,I love being around the wild horses and I do travel sometimes with my dog, a great big gentle giant, who weighs about 250 lb{no kidding} He is an English Mastiff, who is fearless and makes me feel very secure, he looks mean but is a big baby, don’t worry I am careful out there thanks for the concern, I appreciate that and of course thanks for the comment!

    – Jeanne Nations

  • Enivea
    Eniveaabout 4 years ago

    Fantastic image Jeanne! The location sounds perfect!!

  • Thank you Enivea I am glad you like the image it is one of the best places on earth off of the beaten track!

    – Jeanne Nations

  • riata66
    riata66about 4 years ago

    Fabulous.

  • Hi Karen thank you for the kind comment!

    – Jeanne Nations

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