Physical/Planetary is a rather startling juxtaposition as my old ‘letter-man’ might have put it.
The Cow and Calf incident may have to go down as one of the first recognisable instances of something or someone ‘pulling the plug’.
Am I correct in thinking that we had been wandering the moor earlier that evening?…
Yes, that rendition of the Loki Stone is much clearer. It shows his wrists and ankles bound. Or his elbows and knees. The former would, perhaps, make more sense. Bound together… Hmmm. It is a pity the top of the stone is missing. I would be severely tempted to expect a jester’s cap on his head, otherwise we are talking ‘horns’ which seems odd, to say the least.
I particularly like the way in this art the facial features are so blandly defined. This will no doubt be put down to a lack of ability, but one has to wonder…
‘I didn’t see his face. He was just ordinary. He might have been anybody.’
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