DALI AND LION'S HEAD (2007)


Dali exhibition signs and artwork on London's Southbank and a lion's head embedded within the river Thames defence wall and in its open mouth is a chunky metal ring. Piercings and tattoos are very popular today but this piercing is too much and had the lion had used some foresight would have realised the ring would drag him down when looking for fresh meat. The ring isn't altogether totally useless as it doubles as an aid for one armed gymnasts who specialise in the ring routine

Salvador Dali exhibition on London's South Bank and lions head boat anchor point

This image is one of thirty three London photos selected for the month of OCTOBER 2015

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 photo by michael crossley (Peckham - Paris - New York)