I think this is the fourth dragon wind vane that I post. Spotted and captured in haste yesterday. It is rather chubby and cute with a birdlike nose. Maybe a little bit like a bird-dinosaur-dragon. The oxidized copper becomes it. The dragon seems to be the most usual among the wind vanes that doesn’t sit on top of a church. I like them (obviously).
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