The idle ramblings of a Jack of some trades, Master of none

May 28, 2008


When Mark Twain saw the majestic lion carved into a rock in Luzern, he was moved to declare it the saddest and most moving piece of stone in the world. Had he then gone on to Aix-en-Provence and inspected this happy fellow, what would he have said?


Szerelem said...

oh but that is a lovely lion!

The one at Luzrn is lovely isn't it? And so sad.

Fëanor said...

You know, I couldn't quite figure out if the eyes of this lion looking up and to the side were intentional or a result of corrosion. What do you think? (And does the Luzern lion remind you of Aslan?)

Szerelem said...

oh the Luzern lion TOTALLY reminds me of Aslan!!!!
this one just has weird eyes...

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