Fantastic photos. That episode of Dr Who was great. Scary monsters!
Great poto's, I love angels
I am not familiar with Dr Who so quickly Googled to find out a little :)
You know I know nothing about Dr. Who but I'm guessing this hits your funny bone. I do love the statues.
I do not know Dr Who, but the first picture, the first statue, if it is a weeping angel, then it is fitting that it weeps with the rest of us on 9/11.
Worn away a bit aren't they? maybe the sands of time. He looks like he has a WW2 mine in his hand.
I like weatheredlooking statues such as these. Imagine what they would say if they could talk!
The twins are huge Dr. Who fans and have mentioned the weeping angels. I'll have to ask them about the blinking comment. :-D
Very spooky, that old king.
I quite like the time-worn face of that second statue. I suspect I know how he feels as well, freezing cold in winter, slow to soak up the sun on those odd summer days. No wonder he carries a little flask of single malt around with him.
My goodness I just woke up and looking at this face I hope my day will be better ! He really looks grumpy !
One of the favourite episodes in our house!Great statues too.Lisa x
"Don't blink. Don't even blink. Blink and you're dead. They are fast, faster than you could believe, don't turn your back, don't look away, and don't blink..."Hope this link works:http://youtu.be/sH0R01gP3m0"...good luck"
I seem to remember that near the end of that story (Blink), the Doctor is heard to say something like:"No, not every statue, but any statue..."Now go for a walk around your local town, and see how many statues / stone carvings of people or animals you can findhttp://youtu.be/9U3ampthDdkand when you've done that"Don't Blink..."