great moment for a pic... he looks busy.nice pichave a nice day-Giu-
do you remember Kris posted a similar carriage weeks ago from Szentes? Its very rare to see but at some places still you can find in Hungary.
Thanks GiuCe and Zsolt72!No, I did not know (Sorry Kris), but I found one on late September in Kris's blog. It's quite similar.
That man looks so lonely, but I am sure his horse is one of his best friends.Greetings from a peruvian in Barcelona
I love seeing horses on city streets.
i love to see horses on the streets, I saw some walking passed me when i was lazing in a park in Sydney and Frementle some years ago...it's an amazing experience:) til now i hasn't forget..Sadly we dun get to see it here (in Singapore) other than the zoo
I wish I was at the festival. i'm arts deprived at the moment!
wow this is a blast from the past - I did not think to see this being used for real kine - excellent timing and the horse looks every bit as healthy too.
Thank you all,The first time I noticed him (few days before taking this photo) was the sound of the horse coming form behind me.It was a strange feeling hearing that sound among cars passing by.
you were lucky to be there at the right time - we have policemen on horseback sometimes here - think it's a tourist thing but i really like it.
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Piika,Yes, I was lucky to be at the right spot at right time!I'm usually a not snap shot taker, but I could not regist...
here's to low-emmission transportation!
That is very true, Phlegmfatale!
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