So I guess when a neighborhood’s most obvious medieval-ish draw is a gigantic new Gothic cathedral, it’s understandable that one might tromp up and down the street, possibly for years, and not notice, just two blocks away, the house with a gargoyle on the roof and a dragon in the front yard.
I don’t know who lives here, but they’re my new favorite neighbors. I hope they have trolls ’round the back.
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There’s a grassy field in the middle of nowhere in central Texas with a large serpentine dragon “swimming” through it. I really should photograph it the next time I’m down that way.
I can’t quite make out the dragon…do you have another pic?
I’m not sure how much direct sunlight the dragon gets, but I’ll try to snap a better picture of him without getting myself arrested for trespassing. He appears to be made of old machine parts or gardening implements or something…
This is pretty fantastic! I’m going to have to hunt around for that dragon the next time I’m down near the cathedral.
How are you, by the way? 🙂
Very cool. I like it. I also like the architecture of the house. Quaint.
Here is a strange formation in the landscape near Juarez, Mexico. Looks kind of like a dragon. Go to Google Maps and copy and paste in these coordinates:
31 39’43.69″N 106 35’15.65″W
Then zoom in and you can see the outline of some type of creature. Pretty interesting.