A horse for thought

What is called the ‘fourth plinth’ in London’s Trafalgar Square is the resting place for a series of varied pieces of artwork that are displayed, one at a time, for many months. There is no theme for these with the consequence that our eyes get to feast on a range of interesting, and sometimes unusual works.

The skeleton on the plinth, shown in the picture, is that of a horse – well it is not a real skeleton but the replication of one. It may not be clear in the picture but there is a large metallic bow tied around its front left leg. The bow strangely has a moving record of the latest share prices displayed

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