|A horse and cart await the return of their owner, |
who's inside the recyclers' association's office in La Candelaria.
|A horsecart waits patienly in the evening in La Candelaria.|
I'm not crying about it. The horsecarts add a sort of bucolic touch to Bogotá. And they also demonstrate that you can get around without an internal combustion engine, altho. few car drivers are likely to trade in their vehicles for horsecarts.
Of course, many of these urban horses are abused and underfect,, altho other zorreros cart owners really love their animals.
The city evidently doesn't have the budget to give the horsecat families the motorized scooter's they've promised them. Neither are there enough willing families to adopt the retired animals.
|A scavenger carrying a load of carboard |
could use a good horse.
|A horsecart waits for its driver to have lunch in the red light district.|
|A horsecart near the Central Cemetery with downtown Bogotá and the Eastern Hills in the background.|
By Mike Ceaser, of Bogotá Bike Tours