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Tag Archives: horses
(photographed in Messina, Sicily, Italy in October 2013)
My arms were weak from hours of rowing the small boat. The horses had spotted the secluded bay with lush meadows. So I went ashore on Isla del Sol for a break. Because the bay was surrounded by steep and scraggy … Continue reading
Yesterday evening at one of the beaches in Lauro de Freitas, Bahia, Brazil: I have already seen this a few times in Brazil, people riding along the beach with horses. Until now, I had thought this kind of cheesy stuff … Continue reading
In addition to the perfectly developed bus and train network in Romania, in the summer months you can also opt for public horses. Right outside of most towns (in the photo: Targu Mures) grazing horses are on stand-by. If you need to … Continue reading
Horses are tough. At least in Lithuania, where they have to live in the snow for half of the year. (Photographed during my hike to Lithuania’s highest mountain.)
I bet these two vehicles, which I saw parked about 100 meters apart from each other in Palermo, belong together. (Seen opposite the Cathedral in Palermo, Sicily.)