I was so impressed with the monument that I post the comment of Mark Twain, which says it all:
Around about are green trees and grass. The place is a sheltered, reposeful woodland nook, remote from noise and stir and confusion—and all this is fitting, for lions do die in such places, and not on granite pedestals in public squares fenced with fancy iron railings. The Lion of Lucerne would be impressive anywhere, but nowhere so impressive as where he is.
Post processed with: Aurora 2019, Photoshop 2019
- Camera: ILCE-7R
- Aperture: ƒ/2.2
- Shutter speed: 1/2500s
- Focal length: 135mm
- ISO: 100