Here in Albuquerque, on the southeast corner of Coors Blvd. and Montano, is a collection of carvings set amongst fields of sunflowers. It's quite striking, really. I have three photos to share, and then… weirdness. I can't really… well, you'll see.
Okay, now for the weirdness. It seems to be an explorer kinda guy from a distance. Once you get closer though, you notice that he's holding a rake and a walkie-talkie, and he's standing on a dragon.
He's standing… on a dragon. In Albuquerque. What the message is here, I won't pretend to know. I can only guess that he's a landscaper who came across a dragon in someone's yard one day and managed to slay it with the rake. I've never heard of a dragon felled by any garden tool; I can see maybe a shovel, if it was sharp (and the dragon small), but a rake? Can you imagine how many times you'd have to scratch the dragon before you managed to draw blood? My rake can barely get all the leaves into a pile, but Super Landscaping Man apparently has one that will cut dragon hide.