Sunday, 22 March 2015

Castle Eaton, Wiltshire - dragons (II)

Castle Eaton was another of our visits at the end of a day's wandering last year. And again I didn't have the energy left to draw the dragons. This is a not-very-clear photo of the doorway, but it's to illustrate the accompanying single arch of chevrons and its outer border of blobs.

And now not-very-clear photos of the dragons, left and right. There's hints of the rounded flaring snouts of those at Bishopstone? And maybe of the bulging eyes too. The eyes are rather swept round and swept back - like they're combined with ears! I guess dragons need good all-round hearing and vision. The teeth are different to others we've seen: just one row, not the sharp interlocking up and down versions.

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