So said Mr. Ed LOL. Great photos.
I love it, Gattina. Those British guards have such deadpan expressions! Now the public is warned that the horses may retaliate. LOL! Good capture.
I don't think I'd get close enough to the horse to find out. The British guards are amusing though - I'm not surprised they would have a sign like that.
So it is a real horse and horseman.In New Zealand, there are person who dress up and pretend to be statutes.
awesome, Gattina! Have a great Wednesday.
They did warn you. LOL.
I hope both didn´t bite you ...LOL*Happy Wednesday*PS: oh, ich merke erst jetzt wie ich das bloggen vermisst habe ;o)
People can be a bit crazy and try to pat or feed animals that they do not know about. I always tell people at petting zoos that Monkey's bite, but no one listens!
LOL! I hope NOT the men!
I hope none of the men tried to bite you ;)
I guess they feel bad for the guard having to stand so long So they make the horse stand What a dedicated and trained horse this must be. I'd be in a foul mood too to stand all day like this.Horses get bored and need to chew to be happy.Otherwise they kick and chew the wooden doors and gates and bite people.lolSo the sign is warranted.
Now, that's a sign of the times! Health & Safety gone mad LOL. Last time I was there, there were no such daft notices! "Real soldier" of course he is, probably back home for a few weeks before going out on deployment.The Horse Guards have a long, proud history.
Nice pictures of the Horse Guards!
That's too funny. Both horses and men look a little tense.
LOL, great list and photos. I'll have to remember this post if I ever go away on a real trip!
Love the pictures of the guards!!! I saw those of Oslo! but I hope to see very soon the english ones! Nous sommes de retour et Mélissa aussi! Elle s'est régalé à Londres et nous aussi. On a fait la connaissance de gens vraiment sympa et notamment des portugais!!!
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