The photo I have chosen for the Daily Post’s photo challenge, atop, is of a church. High up on the very top of the steeple or spire (is there a difference?) is a weather vane. The height and the angle make it difficult to see its form. Traditional weather vane shapes include a cockerel (rooster), leading to the alternative name, weathercock. I know of one in the shape of a monk to remind passers-by of the history of that church.
Just imagine the view if the weathervane had eyes to see!