Weekly Photo Challenge: Face

Chamber of Deputies, Luxembourg

Chamber of Deputies, Luxembourg. April 2016

Two weeks ago, I posted about the guard standing in front of the Chamber of Deputies and marching about in the city of Luxembourg in Luxembourg.  It just so happened that in the space between the two government buildings, there stands several poles that have faces on the top of them!  The story goes that if you walk in a straight line down in between the two buildings and look at the faces on top of the poles, their eyes will follow you as you keep walking.

There was a full line of these poles with faces on them but this picture only shows one face.  It was actually quite fascinating to try this out and I found that each of the faces did indeed keep eye contact with me as I walked from one pole to the next.  How fun and cool — especially for a tourist like me! 🙂

You can see a bit of the faces on the poles in this video I took:

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7 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Face

  1. I. Greenwald says:

    Thank you for the story, that is so very interesting!

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