Wilde Horsey Wednesday

*Edited:  The title of this post has been edited due to a trademark issue.

Today I’m sharing a few photos from our most recent trip to the Outer Banks to see “my” wild horses.

The first ones we saw were enjoying a lunch of sea oats up high on one of the dunes.

Further up the beach, we saw these two nose-to-nose.

Many of the roads were flooded because of recent heavy rains.  It may be that the water isn’t really that deep in some places, but since we don’t know for sure, we err on the side of caution.  That limits us to how much distance we can cover to look for horses.  So on this particular day, we only saw 14.

But, by far, my favorite picture of the day was this one, which I affectionately titled “Miss Tina Turner”.

“Maybe she’s born with it: maybe it’s “Neighbelline”.”

~These Days Of Mine~


10 responses to “Wilde Horsey Wednesday

  1. Nice photos………pays to be cautious off-road there since it’s tough to know how deep some of those puddles are or how unstable the sand may be. Fun to hunt for the horses though!


  2. Your pictures of ‘your’ horses never fail to delight. I agree about ‘Miss Tina Turner’. CUTE!!!

  3. Neighbelline ??!!
    hilarious !

  4. What wonderful pictures Dianna! And I am so glad you two go back to visit so often….. I never tire of seeing those delightful horses.

  5. You have the perfect name for her! Stunning beauty!

  6. Ha! Love it! I’m sure Miss Tina Turner was born with it, just as you must have been born with a wild horse lover gene. 😉

  7. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    Great pictures!!! Wise move to watch those holes.

  8. They are beautiful, especially Tina Turner 🙂

  9. Love these pictures, especially the aptly titled Tina Turner or Miss Turner, I forgot already. Curly manes are somewhat rare, and this was worthy of a volumizer commercial! I liked the muzzling picture as well. Well done!

  10. All the pics are absolutely beautiful!!! love that Tina!!! lol

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