A Scary Tiger Head.



Don't be frightened, this tiger won't attack you.
The head of a tiger made of 'turnip lamps', hollowed-out large white turnips decorated with transparent ornaments lit up by a candle burning inside, is paraded during the Raebechilbi (Turnip Fair) in the village of Richterswil on Lake Zurich, Switzerland, Saturday, Nov. 11, 2006. The age-old, rural custom of symbolically marking the transition from autumn to winter with lantern parades has become increasingly popular among children in Swiss cities.


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