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© Brian O 'Hanlon
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UploadedApril 7, 2010
TakenJune 4, 2009
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D70
Exposure1/320 sec at f/8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length20 mm

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Appleby-in-Westmorland, Cumbrian Horse Fair.
An amazing spectacle and a coming together of clans & tribes of travelers from all over the UK & Ireland.

Horses are lead down the main high street. Past homes, shops & busy traffic. They are lead down into the local river were they are washed and bathed to be traded and sold on later that day.

7 responses

  • Justin Sheely

    Justin Sheely (Deleted) gave props (7 Apr 2010):

    you can lead a horse to water ...

  • Anthony Cronin

    Anthony Cronin (Deleted) said (7 Apr 2010):

    wonderful capture

  • Karen Lynch

    Karen Lynch said (7 Apr 2010):

    Are these the Gypsy horses? My sister's friend now owns two of them. They are the most beautiful horses I've ever seen.

  • Brian O 'Hanlon

    Brian O 'Hanlon said (7 Apr 2010):

    Yes but the travelers don't like the term Gypsy. If you've never been I highly recommend it. They pride their horses above all else.

  • Liz El

    Liz El gave props (8 Apr 2010):

    Great shot! Love this in B&W!

  • Anthony Cronin

    Anthony Cronin (Deleted) said (27 May 2010):

    the positioning made this shot special -- wonderful capture of traveller life

  • Gerard Sweeney

    Gerard Sweeney said (24 Apr 2012):

    Great shot, well timed and framed

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