posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 08:43 PM
I thought a few photos of something as innocent as the Horse they put out front of their brand new Airport in Denver might help people get a feel for
a place that is like nowhere else in so many ways. What could they possible do to the statue of a horse, some may ask? It's paranoid thinking...to
see Mr. Ed as an evil monument to someone's warped vision, some may suggest. After all...... Evil horses?
one might laugh. Who would imagine
such a thing mounted in public, in front of a world class International Airport as it's Mascot. Impossible, eh?
Meet what the locals refer to as Blucifer. As in Blue Lucifer or the Blue Devil. This ain't Mr. Ed.
You know, I honestly looked for photos that did NOT put this thing in a bad light. The fact is, this is just an evil friggen statue and there isn't a
'good' way of photographing it by what I saw. The better they look, the further they seem to be and showing less and less detail. The
devil..ahem..IS in the details for this.
The eyes aren't being faked in all these photos for how they stand out. They are lit, intentionally and glow red at night. You can't make this up.
It's made this way and the details aren't accidental.
We're all adults here....so lets not get silly on this one. This is interesting for details as I'm sure many of us have been in museums or other
settings where the massive battle horses of past eras are depicted. bulging veins and such aren't prominent as I recall, even when those fighting
breeds are being shown. Not like this.
so finally, I'll leave one final image of our little Mascot to the Denver International Airport and watcher over the plains out around it.... Say
goodbye to Blucifer....may a meteor land right on his evil, glowing little head one of these days and leave nothing but a crater where once this