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Rachel Reeves is a photographer, occasional blogger, and all around nature lover.  She lives in Nebraska with her four cats, her BLM Mustangs - Bandit, Ziggy, Breeze, & Kinny - and whatever other animals decide to show up on a given day - mostly just that particularly screechy blue jay, that really orange mule deer, a pair of particularly dumb white tail youngsters, and the bobcat.


Any remnants of her sanity were lost around the same time her first Mustang, Bandit, hit adolescence.  But don't worry, it's probably not contagious...probably.
















While I love to visit any & every wild horse herd I can, the White Mountain herd in southwest Wyoming in the nearest and dearest to my heart. You can read about the magnificent horses and all their antics by checking out my blog.


I also share daily images of wild horses, adopted Mustangs, and other wildlife on my Facebook page and on Instagram

I can be contacted by email at:

Miscellaneous & Sundry:

Equipment  is highly overrated in my opinion,  at least putting too much thought into it is.  But since I get asked this question fairly often, here's the list of what I drag around with me in the field:

- Nikon D7200

- Nikon D90

- Tamron 150-600mm f/5-6.3

- Nikkor 70-300 f/4.5-5.6

- Nikkor 18-200 f/3.5-5.6

- Steve the Monopod (who is currently hanging on a wing and a prayer via copious use of vet wrap & medical tape from my emergency first aid kit)

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