Simply celebrating life
I don't know why but I've always found knight's armor to be spooky. It just looks creepy. Hmm.
Isn't Quebec City just fabulous? Great pic.
Wow! That something you don't see every day!
Don Quixote guarding a Parfumerie?
Um.. No dinner date with me. I do not have dinner with abs of steel. great pic!
great shot for WW! mine's up too hope you can visit
Very cool! I've never been to Quebec City, but I'd love to go! My photo is about motherhood this week.
I just love a man in body armor. Just saying. Have a great WW. :)
A Horse! A Horse! His kingdom for a Horse...there's just something about a man dressed in a tin can...
It may be "wordless" but without those puns it just wouldn't be the same. Very very clever.
Armour plate is always necessary when I cook!
Quebec City is a wonderful place. I'm glad you got to see Canada. I'm always hoping to see your photos from my haunts. Great shot, this one.
i love you title it shields the truth i think
Very good looking knight. They make a good decor piece too.
Like what Kathryn has mentioned. I always have got the thinking that someone is inside those armor awaiting chance to pounce!! :P
I can't decide which I like better. The post title or the photography!Both are PERFECT.
I love it! I swear it moved!
Great picture. Knights and perfume, so romantic!
That is cool! Love the sheen to it.
My daughter is going to Quebec for a class trip in a couple of weeks. I've never been to Quebec unless you count the airport on a layover on my way to Vancouver. LOL
Great suit of armour - you have really managed to keep the details of the metal while showing the idiosyncrasy of its location!
You've really captured a range of beautiful silver and pewter coloured tones and hues in this photo.
GREAT KNIGHT PIC !!!
After you posted on my blog about my own itty bitty knight in shining armor, I was determined to find the one you had mentioned!Glad I did. Mine is just mini-me to yours!:) Terri
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