National Geographic : 1953 Feb
163 Kodachrome by National Geographic Photographer Justin Locke A Week of Frivolity Ends. Masks and Costumes Will Be Laid Aside on the Morrow King of all carnival kings is Rex, Lord of Misrule. Shortly before midnight he and his court call upon Comus. Their visit signals the start of Lent and underscores the Latin origin of care vale-farewell to the flesh.