eath appears to lead the blind man carefully along the path. But where are they going?
Variations: Birckmann places the hourglass in the background behind the man, removes the big tree
and adds some smaller trees in the background. Deuchar also removes the big tree
and replaces it with a smaller one in the background.
Deuchar gives the hourglass wings and lets it fly.
Bewick and Anderson lets Death run cheerfully away with the his back towards the reader.
Scharffenberg combines the picture with Basel's dance of death (picture to the right) and lets Death cut the string to the blind mans little guide dog.