Photo © Leoš Poříz
Only because of the astuteness and diligence of the photographer Leoš Poříz we are able to reveal the identity of at least one of the people responsible for erecting the assemblage depicted above. As surreptitious as the event was, the co-author of the sculpture, Jaroslav Fieger, let his guard down and showed his face. Yes, he is the read-headed man at the center of the scene above. If you think his visage is more akin to a Viking, remember that the Swedes laid siege to the Lipnice castle and pillaged the surrounding area during the Thirty Year War that was, incidentally, started by the Second Defenestration of Prague.