Above is a photography of the statue of Peter Pan, located in Queens Gardens, Perth, Western Australia. The park is about 3.3 acres wide, a tiny bit longer than a football field and is naturally renowned for its sculpture of the fairy character who has been venerated by children for over a century. I have purposely chosen Black & White here because Peter Pan’s presence is really mesmerizing. The leader of the “Lost Boys” is like frozen in time. When searching on Google, I have found out that Peter Pan was created by a Scottish novelist named J.M. Barrie. I thought that Walt Disney was the man behind the invention of the redhead little boy. Well, it looks like he had stolen all the work of his predecessors once again.