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Dublin City Centre. June 2011. Dublin has a unique trait that comes from the settlement of the travelling people over time in inner city areas. These people although they settled never gave up their tradition and love of horses. In back alley makeshift stables in run down areas many horses are kept, most well cared for. These horses are used for the popular past time of Trotting with the two wheel buggy or used in the numeorus carriages that ply the adjoining tourist attractions seeking to offer tourists for a carriage ride.
Fujica ST801: 50mm f/1.4 EBC Fujinon. HP5+ Film: XTOL 1:1 Developer. Neg Scan
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