K is for knight.
A knight’s tomb in St Grwsts Church in Wales.The elaborate costume featuring the coat of arms for both the knight and his horse at the medieval castle ruins near Fressin, France.A metal sculpture of the most famous knight Don Quixote. This particular statue was in Antigua, Guatemala and someone had stuffed a cluster of pink Bougainvillea flowers on the end of his lance – reminding me of the students at Kent State University protesting the Vietnam War by placing flowers in the barrel of the rifles held by soldiers.
A knight in full armour in a castle-museum in Segovia, Spain.Also in Segovia Castle, a stained-glass window featuring a knight in armour on horseback.
A painted statue of a knight in armour on a pillar at Conwy Castle in Wales.
A knight’s tomb in Gloucester Cathedral, England.A knight in armour astride a horse at Toon, a historical pub in Brussels, Belgium.More on Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Word with a ‘K’ in it.
You have a wonderful collection of knights. Well done 😀
Fabulous photos of knights!
neat knights! I did a post on knights too (at the Renaissance Festival, they were jousting)
Knights are so fascinating – I’m still working my way through Don Quixote and his jousting with windmills!
Oh yeah, that was a good book! Hope you’re enjoying his adventures. 🙂