RUSTY HEADS by rocserum ()
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One of the most famous plaza’s in Holland is the Courtyard (Binnenhof)
The Hague where our government reigns
On the buildings a lot of Gable stones (Dutch gevelstenen) They’re carved and often colourfully painted stone tablets, which are set into the walls of buildings, usually at about 4 metres from the ground. They serve both to identify and embellish the building. They may also tell us something about its owner. Strange enough, on this government buildings they’re all weird heads.
What can tell this about our government?
I’ve collected them, here a collage.
Did make them rusty with with PSP X2
I hope you like it
Thanks for your kind comments, take care, smile and stay creative, you’ll never be bored.
Image Comments (21)
Faemike55 () 4:02PM | Thu, 18 November 2010
It looks like some of our politicians in the US. Good collage
kbrog () 4:31PM | Thu, 18 November 2010
I'll have to agree with Feamike, It does look like a portrait of our Congress and in a year or so the people who voted for them. ;D Great collage and work!
Bampster () 7:02PM | Thu, 18 November 2010
Fantastic image! These heads are very unique and interesting. You did a super job on this one!!!!!
jocko500 () 9:12PM | Thu, 18 November 2010
looking very cool. tells a lot about the goverment for sure
dochtersions () 2:07AM | Fri, 19 November 2010
Een fantastische 'knaller', deze prent, RS!! Stunning figures, just like in the government :D
Blush () 11:26AM | Fri, 19 November 2010
Excellent image Do wish you would come see my new ones:) Hugs Susan~
kaward () 4:21PM | Fri, 19 November 2010
What a remarkable collection of scary faces. Superb shot and postwork!
gumbykat () 3:51PM | Wed, 01 December 2010
Wonderful collection! I always heard that Gargoyles were used as a representation of evil, and their purpose is to assure that evil stays outside of the church walls. I'm not exactly sure how this relates to these faces on government buildings. And I'm not certain I want to think about it too much . . . This really is a wonderful collection and presentation! Linda