Technically a shite photo, and would be even if I spent all afternoon dodging and burning, but it’s always magical seeing the police horsies get carted around.

Taillights and decals on a police trailer carrying two horses reflect light from a camera flash

I’m publishing this to make myself feel better for being two seconds late to snap the best-ever mounted-police photograph late last week. How often do you get two cops on horses (with blinking taillights) stopped at a traffic signal while a firetruck races past? Rather as with limerent objects, you never forget the ones that get away.

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