At the entrance (the Queen's above the center arch.)
Sir William, the knight representing the left half of the audience and a cheating scallywag!
"Our" knight, Sir Victor, who was victorious by the end of the event.
In art news...
Slidell Art League's Christmas at the Depot show opened yesterday. Unfortuntately I didn't make it out there, as it seems a recent head cold's developing into bronchitis or some such (I've got meds, though, so I should be a-okay soon enough.) I have a couple of pieces in the show, so feel free to go on down and have a look (the hrs of operation are available via the link, above.) (Update, Dec. 3, 2010; My Pied-Billed Grebe photo won 3rd Place.)
My abstract, Supernova, is also up and available in the Gulf Coast charity art auction. 50% of the sale price goes directly to the Louisiana Sea Turtle and Marine Mammal Rescue Program, a volunteer organization based out of Audubon Aquarium of the America in New Orleans. If you're not able to buy the painting yourself, please feel free to help me spread the word by stumbling, "liking," tweeting, e-mailing, etc. the page around. The auction's over in less than a month & I really hope to be able to "help the cause" with Supernova's sale. (Update, Dec. 20, 2010; The work didn't sell.)