Fun Fact: In the days before alarm clocks and cell phones, there was the candle with nails in it. Interestingly enough, people would place the nails at the right position, which would help them calculate the burning time. As the candle slowly burned, the nail would fall, and wake up its’ caretaker immediately.
Queen Anne Boleyn, no longer the King’s wife (the marriage having been annulled two days earlier), but still the anointed Queen of England, suffered death by sword. She was decapitated in the style of the French (rather than suffering under the axe) - dispatched by the Executioner of Calais, a town still in English possession, brought to perform his duties at the Tower, at the very considerable fee of (almost) £24.
Today, let’s remember Anne Boleyn. Her spirit still wanders the Earth, and one can only imagine why. Long live the Queen!!
Bottom one just looks like mundane shadows to me that just happened to line up from that perspective. Top one... I don't know what building that is. If it doesn't have a sign or banner there, then that's interesting.