Horse-drawn Carriages By The Roadside

horse-drawn carriages in Juchitan
Shot in Juchitan, Mexico Tetsu Ozawa

Some horse-drawn carriages were parked in the city center of Juchitan

A market was open and crowded around the city hall in Juchitan. And two horse-drawn carriages were parked on the side of the road. They were not for tourists. They were for local people's private use. There are people who usually use horse carriages to get around here, just like in the Philippines, in Laoag. The fact that it was parked on the side of the road, meant that someone must have come here in a carriage.

The owner was probably in the middle of shopping. The horses were quietly waiting for their owner to return. I wondered how much it would cost to feed the horses in their own carriage, even though it would be environmentally friendly. Is it cheaper than the cost of gasoline?

JP

Where is Juchitan?

PHOTO DATA

No

9134

Shooting Date

Jul 2010

Posted On

March 23, 2015

Place

Juchitan, Mexico

Genre

Animal Photography

Camera

CANON EOS 1V

Lens

EF85MM F1.2L II USM

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