Királylány

Day of Ödön in Hungary. The hungarian version of the German Eugen.
királylány
Királylány means something like princess. She has been sitting there for years. With partly opened mouth and with her crown which looks rather like the cap of a clown. And just after writing it down i realised how close are the words CROWN and CLOWN to each other. Tourists like to take photos with her and I guess she enjoys being popular.:)

18 comments:

Kris said...

Great photo!
I think she likes the company of the tourists more than just the popularity ;)

Zsolt72 said...

kris...i will ask her next time:)

Lachezar said...

I like her, and you managed a very expressive photograph.

Cheers!

Olivier said...

voila une belle princesse qui aime bien se faire photographier. cela doit faire un beau souvenir quand on revient de budapest.
belle photo


veiled beautiful a princess who likes to be made photograph. that must make a beautiful memory when one returns from Budapest. beautiful photograph

edwin s said...

she's a princess with the wind blowing her hair. wonderful!

Ann said...

Oh! This photo is so beautiful! This princess is charming :)

Kate said...

There is something very appealing about her! I think it's both her mouth and the hair. Good close-up to show us the details.

Lisi said...

I like her style...and also this photo!

Lara said...

great shot! and you are right: a princess with a crown playing the clown... so perceptive!!!

jazzy said...

bautiful.
mad as a hatter =)

Annie said...

She looks young and brave here. Is there a mythical story about her?

Denton said...

She must have a really bad cold as well. I know when I'm in the wind if I don't keep my mouth closed a cold will follow.

alice said...

Very nice "against the light" (is this expression correct?)

Mountainboy said...

She looks like a character from a Grimm fairy tale.

Keropok Man said...

I will take her photo too when I am there :-)

Zsolt72 said...

thank you for the nice comments..:)

Lachezar...i took the photo because I like her too.

Olivier...I guess a lot of people have a photo at home with this princess.:)


Edwin..her "wind bowing hair" makes the whole picture moving.

Ann..would you take a photo with her?:)

Kate...I guess the angle shows very well these details. And to be honest only her mouth shows that she is female. (and the name of the statue)

Lisi...I am glad you liked the photo..I have more with her I guess I will upload them later.

Lara...welcome back.:)

Jazzy...check your post box often!!:)

Annie..I dont know any story about her..but I will check.

Denton...maybe knowing she is so popular keeps her warm

Alice...my English is broken enough to know which expression is correct or not but I know what you mean:)

Mountainboy...I wonder which tale you mean?

Keropok Man...you are welcome to Budapest!!...she will be happy to have a photo with you:)

Meg Nakagawa said...

So, do you mean, this is a sculpture titled something like "princess" or is this a historical figure? I'm actually more interested to know if the crown is a traditional crown of some of the people who came to Hungary (because I learned a heck of a lot about the different people arriving at Hungary just recently!!!)

tr3nta said...

beautiful, contro-luce...