Below is a shot of a statue at the historic site of the Mission Nobre de Dios in St. Augustine, site of the landing of the Spanish and first mission in what is now the United States. The statue is of one of the former heads of the mission, but I forget his name. He is now either:
a) joining us all in Sky Watch Friday,
c) directing air traffic for landings, or
d) meditating and pondering his insignificance in the vast scheme of things.
I think I prefer option C. :)
And here is the same view, zoomed in a little bit closer. Always a good idea to take multiple shots of the same subject from different distances and angles, especially with modern digital cards that hold a bajillion photos (bajillion is an actual number meaning a really, really lot... look it up).