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A new take on Adam and Eve?
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Well, actually yes. Originally I wanted to use a worm as the parasite. But I didn’t find any pictures of a worm in my photos, and then, the next best thing was a snake. Therefore I got the idea to mix in some creation myths with my original idea.
There’s an old riddle I remember from childhood: What’s worse than finding a worm in an apple? The answer is “half a worm,” the implication being that you’ve just eaten the other half.
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Yes, you’re right…
…I had the experience with a plum last autumn. 🙂
The snake is always with you
Well, sometimes. 🙂
I wonder if they will live happily ever after…. 😉
It is like in the fairytales. They stop with a happy ending, but you don’t know what will come after that. 🙂
You have the snake as a perfect sign of parasitic hypnotics .. coming between the real energy which is love.
Have a perfect weekend my friend. 🎄💚🎄
Thanks a lot, Sue.
Love bites. Poor snakes have gotten a bad rap. The image, title and message all work perfectly.
Thanks a lot. I’m glad you like it.
There’s a lot to think about in this great piece.
Yes, I worked with a lot of symbols.
Thank you, Jan.
Excellent composition filled with symbolism!
Thank you, Peter. I’m glad you like it.
een slang en een appel
dat moet wel met Adam en Eva te maken hebben…
knap bedacht Rabirius
Dank je wel, Willy.
Van de andere kant… Liefde als een parasitaire ziekte, die mag voor mij heel de wereld besmetten 🙂
Erg vernieuwend scheppingsverhaal
Dank je wel, Marylou.
Happy Valentine’s Day, Darling!
Thank you. I also hope you had a lovely Valentine’s. 🙂
La culminación del amor con un beso afrodisiaco. Genial tu foto. Rompe con los cánones de la fotografía normal. Buen trabajo amigo.
Muchas gracias, Manuel.
Por nada Rabirius. Muchas gracias por haberme permitido disfrutar de tu arte y por estar presente en mis poemas. Te deseo un nuevo año que elimine todo mal para dar paso a la salud y la felicidad! Que el nuevo año sea especial, sorprendente y feliz y que tu arte, en todas la facetas que has incursionado, sigue el camino del éxito porque tu talento se lo merece. Un gran abrazo
Gracias por tus palabras, Manuel.
También les deseo todo lo mejor para el nuevo año.
Por nada amigo. Un gran abrazo.
ooh my First Nation friends claim it would have been a very different outcome if they’d been Adam and Eve … the snake would have been eaten and the apple left!
Yes, snakes are seen differently in different cultures. 🙂
highly symbolic 🙂
Yes, as I like to be sometimes. 🙂
As snakes shed their skin through sloughing…some say they are symbols of rebirth, transformation, immortality, and healing…a symbol of eternity and continual renewal of life…seems so fitting to me with what you have created Rabirius 🤓😎🤍🕊sending joy hedy
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Thank you, Hedy.
I guess snakes are seen differently in different cultures. It would be interesting to explore that a bit more.
Modern day, Adam and Eve. Also takes on new meaning in the pandemic, I think. Lots to consider in your creations, Rabirius. Excellent work, as always. Have a great holiday!
Thanks a lot, Jane. I also hope that you are having great holidays.
Interesting, but I find the twist painful. Your work always moves me one way or another. I liked Hedy’s take on shedding the skin. In any case, to be moved is to live.
Happy Holidays Dear Sir.
The idea for the picture was taken from a song, so I tried to transform it into a picture.
Love your creativity! Awesome work!
Thank you, Kirt.
This is so creative! The modern version of Adam and Eve! I absolutely loved the abstract to touch to it. I am a great admirer of abstract art and therefore feel that this is a great image!!!!
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Thank you for your words, Dab!
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