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Thank you very much!
And her name is Eva? 😉
No, she has a different name…
…but after all this time, scenes between women and snakes can still be witnessed 🙂
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But it showed clearly what happened to the mannin Eva. The chavah was taken by the Nachash (deception or temptation = snake or serpent) which she let grow in herself by too much concentrating on herself or wanting to see a reflection of herself. A thing which still happens to day a lot and a matter which is still in many hearts fo man, wanting to be like the Elohim, wanting to play for God.
Truly beautiful, art isn’t much good if it isn’t honest – I look for that in writing, too – and this is powerful, a depiction of someone worth knowing. Love the title, as well. All the best!
Thank you very much for your compliments, Jason.
A startling and wonderful work Rabirius.
Thank you very much, Patti.
Très beau, un miroir en mille morceaux.
Merci beaucoup, Orepuk.
La vie en morceaux? – Life chattered?
Another brilliant image, Rabirius!
Thank you very much, Richard!
I wonder what SHE saw?? 🙂 cool shot!
Well, most likely her reflection and the snake…
…thank you very much for the compliment!
A fantastic colourful image (plus, its suggestive title can lead to different intertretations which I won’t discuss)!
Also, thank you for the reference to Saint Phalle, whom I didn’t know and have found very interesting!
Thank you very much for your compliment!
Yes, the artworks of Niki de Saint Phalle can be really amazing. A Giant Hat And The Reflection Of A Heart also features some of her artwork which you can find in Paris. But she also did some more gruesome artworks. I remember some wired bloody altar I saw in the modern art museum in Glasgow.
Very nice shot. I love the colours you’ve captured!
Thank you very much, Uday.
I love all the textures.
There are so many lovely, challenging, thoughtful photos in your blog – I hope you have print copies and that you put out some coffee table books some day.
Thank you very much, Kim.
Well, there already are some books and prints one can buy. There are some links in the menu 🙂
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rabirius, stunning photographic work- pulls the viewer into your world.
Thanks a lot, Lance.
My pleasure, rabirius.
Thank you again, Lance.
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