Our website has been recently restructured to give you a more enjoyable experience. You will now find the Wild Horses Gallery divided by state (i.e. Oregon, Wyoming, etc), as well as brand new galleries for popular horses such as Picasso, Honor and many more. Don't see the horse you are looking for? Just ask. I would be happy to add a gallery for you!
A new custom watermark will make viewing the details of the images easier.
I am continuing to offer mugs for sale. Mugs shown on my website are examples. I am adding new ones all the time and rotating old ones out. However, nearly any photo can be put on a mug (including yours). Message me for details or check my Facebook storefront. Also available are notecards and calendars:
We now offer flat rate shipping on mug orders under $50 and free shipping on orders over $50 in our Facebook store.
When we are not traveling, we hold regular auctions on Facebook to support the International Society for the Protection of Mustangs and Burros (ISPMB). 100% of the proceeds from auctions (after expenses) go to this worthy organization.
I am growing my Pinterest presence, so please watch for new additions and special offerings. Check it out: http://www.pinterest.com/barbarawheelerp/ (Barbara Wheeler Photography)
I love your photography, and the stories that go with them. I have 2 "seniors". Booger is 32, and Baron is 25. I owned their mothers when they were born, as well as Baron's father. I'm soon to be 80, so we are all over the hill out here in Kansas. Keep up the good work!!
The good thing about most of your works is that none of it has been over done with a lot of external changes made after the click was actually made. Most of the settings were done before taking the picture itself. http://www.bnschevronservice.com
75.Rod & Sandy Wiltrout(non-registered)
Fabulous. We met you briefly in Rock Springs at the KOA Campground. I was the one having all the problems in the night with our rig.
I LOVE your work. Keep it up. :)
Love your work! I wish I could be photographing wild horses, and am there vicariously through your photos. Great work.