A Modes of Flight Street Photography Project
Poor guy. Looks as if he’s fearful of something.
For now, I’m a bit creeped out. But I’m sure there’s an underlying thing about this. Very intriguing.
No need to be creeped out. Just a little fellow I photographed on the side of St. Josephs Roman Catholic Church.
I love how gargoyles and reliefs are still a feature of very old architecture. Classiness that is missing from modern development because it is too costly to produce.
I’m wondering about this. But I see it as a playful little devil..
Grotesque architecture like gargoyles are intended to ward off evil spirits. I love the lore.
This has a great quality to it.
At some point I’ll have to post this character’s companion that I have named “Auditor.”
nice contrast and light 🙂
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