atlasobscura:
SERPENT D’OCÉAN
-SAINT-BREVIN-LES-PINS, FRANCE
Given its location on the shore, the Serpent D’Océan can be seen as a strangely living creature rising from the ocean waters or a purposefully preserved skeleton held above the shallow waves depending on the level of the tide upon a given visit. But despite the changing tides, fantasy, art, and horror have rarely been so steadfastly intertwined. 
Learn more about the aluminum skeleton of Chinese mythology emerging from a French shore at Atlas Obscura

atlasobscura:

SERPENT D’OCÉAN

-SAINT-BREVIN-LES-PINS, FRANCE

Given its location on the shore, the Serpent D’Océan can be seen as a strangely living creature rising from the ocean waters or a purposefully preserved skeleton held above the shallow waves depending on the level of the tide upon a given visit. But despite the changing tides, fantasy, art, and horror have rarely been so steadfastly intertwined. 

Learn more about the aluminum skeleton of Chinese mythology emerging from a French shore at Atlas Obscura

Source: dawnritual

Reynard the Fox, dressed like a Bishop(?), attacks a rabbit.

Reynard the Fox, dressed like a Bishop(?), attacks a rabbit.

Among the Gnomes. An occult tale of adventure in the Untersberg, etc
{Insert joke about the British TV show here…}

Among the Gnomes. An occult tale of adventure in the Untersberg, etc

{Insert joke about the British TV show here…}

Source: flickr.com

{I have no idea where this comes from or what it is in reference to. But it’s cool.}

{I have no idea where this comes from or what it is in reference to. But it’s cool.}