The Protector

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    A retro Merry-Go-Round ride in a small street fair in Cannes, France. I felt the statue gave a protective feeling, as if it was looking after the kids on the ride.

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    The Protector did save them from the serpent. (Or is the statue hiding the snake to be release upon the carousel at his chosen time ...)
     
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    The snake is his defensive weapon of course, to be unleashed only if needed.. ;)
     
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    Aaahhh, that makes sense .... being surround by children I can understand his need for weaponry. :cool-98:
     

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