Daily photos from around the DMV & other nearby galactic spaces.
...ah, life in the slow lane!
Charming photos. Horse drawn carriages are always a must for tourist. That is just my opinion.
A view from the past, I like the "socks"of the horses!
Lindo, belas fotografias.Gostei.Um abraço e boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
I am sure that in Ireland they also know how to make carriages but very nice to see.
I wondered about the same thing, s.c. I can only assume that the Amish have more of a market for their cart-making industry here in the United States.
I'm a great fan of horse-drawn carriages...but I've only seen them in a couple of places in the U.S. - Central Park in New York and St. Augustine, Florida. Oh, and Savannah, Georgia. Nice photos of these fine carriages and gorgeous horses!
Beautiful horses, especially in your last 2 photos.
Wonderful and I had no idea the Amish made carts and carriages for the Irish!! I think that's a Shire horse in your last photo - probably not a native Gaelic speaker!!
A fun way to get around!
Precioso carruaje que nos recuerda tiempos antiguos
Oh yes, this is just what we all could use! These horses all look very eager to carry on too! They must be well cared for!
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