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Taken 24-Aug-12
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Keywords:Mustang Meg, PR, Public, Relations, Stormy, Thelma, horses, mustangs, west, wild
Photo Info

Dimensions2847 x 2676
Original file size2.81 MB
Image typeJPEG
Color spacesRGB
Date taken25-Aug-12 05:47
Date modified26-Aug-12 12:30
Shooting Conditions

Camera makeCanon
Camera modelCanon PowerShot SX210 IS
Focal length13 mm
Max lens aperturef/4.5
Exposure1/250 at f/4.5
FlashNot fired, compulsory mode
Exposure bias0 EV
Exposure modeAuto
ISO speedISO 160
Metering modePattern
Digital zoom1x


Who Am I?
I am known as Mustang Meg. I am a friend to the wild mustangs and burros first. I chose be a voice along with many to 'Protect to Preserve' our wild ones, as well as what is left of our open spaces of our west- our public lands. I am also a friend of ranchers, as well as a friend of the personnel of 'state' BLM offices. My stand is against the bigger picture, the over-all slow and ...methodical elimination of wild horses from many of our western rangelands at the DOI/BLM level in DC.
I have learned long ago, to have a good working relationship with state BLM workers for the wild horses horses, in order to have them help us facilitate the necessary change in Washington where change takes place, to better protect our mustangs, burros, and wild public range lands.

For my complete bio please see here:

I get a lot of questions from readers about interviews, tours, tv reality shows, etc, but really I am a rather shy person and prefer my place behind the camera to bring them to you to help spread the word about how necessary they are to us. But I have been asked to at least share a little bit about me. One of very few photos- here I am with my sidekick, meet Stormy, my fiercely loyal Australian Shepherd.
My other side-kick is "Thelma", and I always carry when out in the remote high desert. For those interested in knowing, it's a .357 Magnum, for protection when I'm out there roaming the middle of nowhere. Cougars are a real threat out there, and there are also rattlers and other snakes to be wary of. It's either that or a purse with a brick in it, and I don't wear purses.

Thank you for helping me in efforts to~ keep the WILD in our WEST!
~Mustang Meg

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