Wild stallions duel in the desert – Great Basin Desert Utah, USA.

Canon EOS 50D, 70-200 f/2.8L @175mm, 1/800, f/6.3, ISO 200, Raw.

VIEWED 1,414 times and FAVORED by 42 people as of 6-19-14.

RB Explore feature 10-12
Canon DSLR 10-12
Where On Earth Is This Group 11-12
Action Shot 11-12
If It Moves Shoot It 11-12
The Wild West Show 11-12
It’s All About The Horse 11-12
Equine Portrait Photography 3-13

600,000 VIEWS and counting…Thank You!!!

View Full Profile


  • JackieSmith
    JackieSmithabout 4 years ago

    Great capture and beautiful horses!

  • Thanks Jackie.

    – Kent Keller

  • JackieSmith
    JackieSmithabout 4 years ago

    They missed each other, lol!!!

  • I know. I’m not sure what they were thinking…maybe just showing off for the camera!

    – Kent Keller

  • DutchLumix
    DutchLumixabout 4 years ago

    Super beautiful capture !!!

    Kind Regards,
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands

  • Thank you very much.

    – Kent Keller

  • Tarrby
    Tarrbyabout 4 years ago

    What a fantastic capture, well done.

  • Thank you Tarrby.

    – Kent Keller

  • kurrawinya
    kurrawinyaabout 4 years ago

    geez some of those mustangs are nice types – not like most of our ordinary little brumbies!

    Awesome shot as always =)

  • Thank you Penny!

    – Kent Keller

  • Jeanne  Nations
    Jeanne Nationsabout 4 years ago

    Beautiful !

  • Thanks Jeanne.

    – Kent Keller

  • heatherfriedman
    heatherfriedmanabout 4 years ago

    such elegant and magnificent animals… great timing on this shot!

  • Thank you Heather.

    – Kent Keller

  • Corri Gryting Gutzman
    Corri Gryting ...about 4 years ago

    Amazing image!
    Please consider adding this image to the “Wild Horses”, Mustangs and Other Non-Domestic Equines":http://www.redbubble.com/groups/steptoe-valley-... group.

  • Arla M. Ruggles
    Arla M. Rugglesabout 4 years ago


  • franticflagwave
    franticflagwavealmost 4 years ago

    Amazing specimens, they look so healthy. Are they fed by any other source than their natural grazing?

  • They are totally wild in a high desert environment and get their feed wherever they can find it.

    – Kent Keller

desktop tablet-landscape content-width tablet-portrait workstream-4-across phone-landscape phone-portrait