Fiaker stand at Stephansplatz Vienna

Brian Tarr

Ainsdale, United Kingdom

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The horse drawn carriages in Vienna are called Fiakers and so are the men that drive them It is a name derived from the French word (Place de) Fiacre, which is where the original horse drawn carriages were found.
This photograph was taken in Stephansplatz in Vienna, just outside the cathedral on a cold and damp January day. The Fiakers were still on duty and the picture shows one of them pulling his horses to the front of the queue, ready to take some tourists on a tour of the city, The man with the fur collar seemed to be the “Boss Fiaker” as he was supervising the carriages to make sure they all went in turn.
I edited the picture in Photoshop CC and Topaz and overlaid 3 of my own textures.

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