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Nose to nose perspective

Keeping in the theme of my One Word nosy challenge, I thought we’d go with an up close and personal perspective today.

Lion and lioness, Anglesey Abbey, Cambridgeshire, June 2020

These lead lions are early 18th-century statues Dutch sculptor Jan Van Nost the elder. They stand guard at the entrance to a temple that was constructed in the grounds of Anglesey Abbey to mark the coronation of HM Queen Elizabeth in 1953.

 


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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 26 July 2020

Posted as part of SquarePerspectives

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