Monday, January 4, 2010

Horses

Horses, Omar Ibn El-Khattab Square, Jaffa Gate, Old City, Jerusalem
Omar Ibn El-Khattab Square, Jaffa Gate
Old City, Jerusalem, May 1990

4 comments:

tapirgal said...

At the outset it looked like a real slice of local culture (I love the horse blanket), too. Then I saw the pancakes, syrup, and Marlboro signs. Culture evolves. But I will hate it when it all becomes the same. Nice action shot with the guys and the horses!

cieldequimper said...

Excellent street scene. Love Victoria embankment too, it would have been a good reflections shot.

Jacob said...

What I like about so many of your shots around the world is how you capture such interesting bits of local interest. A picture like this is fascinating partly because it not only tells a story but raises so many questions ...

Dina said...

Such a long time ago . . .
Lucky you! I never saw a horse in the Old City. Glad you were ready with the camera.

Nu, did the Befana bring you a gift? Surely not coal. :)
Happy Epiphany.