Carol Walker first discovered
her passion for America’s wild
horses on a photo shoot in
“I was captivated by these
horses, thriving on the poorest
of lands, and living in families.”
Walker has since visited and
photographed over 20 wild Mustang herds in Wyoming, Colorado, Montana and Oregon.
“Most families of wild horses
are made up by one stallion, his
mares, the youngsters and new
foals,” explains Walker. For these
wild stallions, family is everything.
She finds this a powerful inspiration in her work.
“It’s wonderful to follow horses
over time and watch them grow
and the families change.”