Shot at Hahoe Folk Village in Andong, South Korea. A horse-drawn carriage was running in the colonnade on the riverbank. Although it was for the tourists, the European style carriage was unmatched in this traditional Korean village.
Many carriages called Kalesa were parked and waiting for customers in the center of the ci…(more)
Two men on the horse carriage called Kalesa and a man riding on a motorbike were standing…(more)
The mothers and boys were on the horse cart and mothers hid their faces when I focused the…(more)
A boy was sitting on a basket ball next to the entrance of a shop. And a horse was stopped…(more)
The woman riding a horse was a tourist police. Because she was a Muslim, she was wearing a…(more)
Horse-drawn buggies were still used as a public transport in this city. And they were runn…(more)
This village was a living museum type of tourist attraction. A young man was getting on an…(more)
The carousel was not rotating because there were no riders. These horses were waiting for…(more)
A man wearing an unique mask and cap was standing in front of another man. After the play…(more)
Two women were walking the narrow street together. Apparently they were Muslim because the…(more)
Shot in the city of Tehuantepec, Mexico. His lips were pressed into a thin line.
A woman putting an umbrella up was walking in front of a tumules. Once this city was prosp…(more)