Stephen King goes on one of his excellent ramblings, this time about gargoyles ("we don't see them, they see us"), to introduce this series of incredible pictures, by f-stop Fitzgerald, of New York gargoyles.
While King's text is not very different, in style and approach, from one of his famous introductions to his book, it just is a little longer than usual, Fitzgerald's photos are simply marvellous. And creepy. And beautiful. And scary.
A very nice book, to re-open occasionally and marvel at those works of art, most of which nobody ever sees.