A calf with large eyes
is standing one morning down by
the shore to drink.
The old sea-maps show another shore.
The calf does not know that.
Its eyes wide-open, it drinks
and as always by still water
the calf is met by another calf
from beneath the water.
And their eyes and their muzzles
drink out of the same hand.
Martin Martinček, Liptovská dedina v marcovom daždi, 1970 - 1972
Ferdinand Bučina, Hokej na Čertovce, Praha
Georgij Anatol’ewitsch Sel’ma, Athlets in Uzbekistan, 1927
Marcel Bovis, Boulevard Beaumarchais, Paris, 1954
Bill Schwab, Late February Thaw, Bell Isle, Detroit, Michigan, 1997
Denise Bellon, Pont Neuf, Paris, at Night, 1930s
Takeichi Hotta, Fall, 1958
Mario DiGirolamo, Entering the Eternal City, Rome, 1958
(thanks to doegewooniets)