The Lion and the Lamb
This past summer the The Waterloo Regional Police Service officially unveiled its new north division station. At the front entrance you are greeted by a bronze statue of the lion and the lamb designed by Ernest Daetwyler, which borrows the two animals from the police insignia. The lamb represents youth getting it’s first shaky legs of independence, while the lion represents the community and the establishment, watchful and protective of youth.
For me, what I first thought of when I first saw this beautiful installation was the Biblical representation of the Lion and the Lamb.
Can anyone guess what this is? If you look through some of my old posts you may find a clue! I probably will not be posting this weekend so I will give the answer on Tuesday. Leave a comment with your guess!
The answer to this mystery photo is that it is a Threshing Machine. These Threshers where used for the separation of grain from stalks. The following photo is the machine that has the above symbols on it. I have no idea what they stand for.
You can see the symbols on the side of the machine just behind the L in Lobsinger. As for the post with the clue. You can find it Here