An Archaeologist Unearths the Divine Feminine
I one is going to build something both useful and elegant, what better than a library?Blessings and Bear hugs!
R-bear - it was a glorious structure in its day, with rooms filled with papyrus rolls stored in niches and huge areas to read both indoors and out.
Hmmmm. That should start with "If." You can tell I'm ready to hibernate.BBh.
Tis the season to hibernate :))
Every picture tells a story!
I loved the juxtaposition. Imagining what an ancient Roman would have thought seeing this woman and wondering why the hell she was talking to herself :))
this can happen only in Athens:)
probably in Rome too, and Israel and Egypt - lots of cellphones!
Often when I am taking photographs of buildings or nature I wait forever until all the people are out of the way. But sometimes having the people in the scene tells a different story which could not be told without them. This is a good one!
Agreed - I love to wander around and catch people in these curious kinds of circumstances. Getting faster with the shutter so I can capture the moment before they see me~
I love this! When I lived in France, I constantly marveled at how old the structures that I walked past everyday were, it's amazing :)
And I bet you've seen your share of folks chatting on cellphones in front of those amazing aqueducts in southern France! :))
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Such a jarring juxtaposition of antiquity and modern life. Nice shot!
Thanks Sarah - it's one of the things I love about Athens!
what a photo! i'm struck by her shoes. they seem to fit right in :^)lovekj
I was drawn to those shoes as well - trying to imagine her walking down the cobblestone streets and not breaking an ankle!
You go with that camera, girl! You're so good at capturing intersections of antiquity and modernity. I love it.
Fun shot! Melanie @ meandmr.com
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