Monday, November 10, 2008

Big-eared George

Just after I took last Friday's Skywatch photo in Kalemegdan park, I came across this "ancient" carving in a stone on a nearby wall. It says, "Big-eared George," and indeed this fellow with the nickname Djoka for George (Djordje) does have big ears, or at least one, as far as I can see. This carving reminds me of one you can see here that I posted not long ago. But that one is for real!

7 comments:

Mim said...

This is amazing - how old is it really? No matter - but how facinating to live in a city so rich in history. I also love the Barbie and Ken and the Pupu lingerie.

Webradio said...

It's very nice Bibi !
You are always great shots...

Have a good day !

Marie Reed said...

I hear you load and clear!

Virginia said...

Anyone read the BFG by Roald Dahl?????

Gary said...

It's obvious that his big ears (or his big ear) don't help his deafness as he's clearly shouting "Y'what?!!"

Bless him!

Ana said...

Hello there, I am thrilled with your blog-now is in “favorites”. You made my day with Usati Djoka and PUPU-can’t stop laughing- I see pupu every day on my way to work:) Looking forward to your new posts.

babooshka said...

After PUPU this is even more weird. have decided the Serbian sense of humour is very well defined and they know excatly what they are doing.