|Fountain Tarot by Saiz, Grubl and Todaro, 2015|
The Knight of Wands sits on the edge of a waterfall, it appears to me, with a cup balanced on his head. He's not particularly practical! His oblivious nature here puts me in mind of the Fool, but with more of a theme of emotions and intuition. He is turned toward the big coin, but not looking at it. (He always has his gaze on something indistinct in the distance, doesn't he!)
We have a really interesting Three of Wands here. Instead of looking out across a wide vista of possibility, as in the RWS tradition, this Three of Wands is pulling the Wands in with great determination. He is reeling in the possibility instead of contemplating it. And he reels in toward the Ace of Coins.
Whatever the reason is, it has something to do with making the most of the 'yearning but immature' side of my personality, paired with determination to bring my vision into corporeal reality.
Hmm. The cup on the head reminds me of this from Flight of the Conchords:
I Told You I Was Freaky
(relevant bit ends at 50 seconds)