The Mark of Zorro


"THROUGH HIS MANE AND TAIL THE HIGH WIND SINGS." - William Shakespeare


The locals call him “Zorro” and he roams free in the Pine Nut mountains in Nevada.


Many moons ago, on a Mother's Day, my husband gifted me with a trip to the mountains to search for wild horses. It became a tradition and now every year we choose a different range to visit on that special day.


This photograph was captured during my very first encounter with a wild stallion - an encounter that would change our lives forever.


I'm happy to announce that "The Mark of "Zorro" is now available in our online gallery as part of the American Wild Collection.







A PERFECT LANDSCAPE

"Zorro" and his band graze in the Fish Springs range.


The Fish Springs range - part of the Pine Nut mountains of Nevada - is the home of wild stallion "Zorro" and about 100 other wild horses. It is specially beautiful during late Spring, Fall and Winter seasons, when you get the added benefit of enjoying watching the wild ponies with the snow capped mountains in the background.




wild horse photographer Maria Marriott displays a large canvas of one of her photographhs

An equestrian for most of her life, Maria combines her passion for horses with her art and the desire to bring public awareness to the American wild horses. Maria Marriott Photography is a proud supporter of several non-profit organizations that tirelessly work to ensure the well-being of the American mustangs.





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