An Archaeologist Unearths the Divine Feminine
Whatever it is, it catches the attention of the passers-by. Love the light! You can tell the gray rainy sky is all that feeds me these days.In a minute, Amanda, I would join you in Greece on a winter day. P.s. did you catch the Greek fiNance minister on PBS last night? Brilliant.
I didn't see the finance minister and would love to know what he said. Greece could use some financial brilliance now that is for sure. Would love you to join me in Greece! In the winter they have their gray rainy days as well, especially in the Ionian islands.
... makes me think of the mythical animals that accompanied the goddesses ... this one has the looks of a deer and dog combo ... lovely & attention grabbing - either making a political statement or that building is a dog shelter*!*
It does seem mythological in nature - a deer/dog combo is most likely! And yes, if choosing between whether it's a political statement or a dog shelter, my bet's on the former :))
is it eating the heart out of a prism? Graffiti is much different in Greece!
Good question, Tom. Either a prism or a see-through Chinese take out carton!!
It is eye catching, if nothing else.
a hungry dog???
How funny! Leave it to the Greeks to have artsy graffiti.
I'm back to blogging...that is, to following some of my favorite "old" bloggers, and posting at least once a week: thoughts on life/my life as a caregiver...whatever comes to mind. At my age, and as a memoir writer, I figure I can get away with Life's Musings. I just wish I had incredible photographs like you have to share. I love coming over here to see what visual feasts you have posted.
So good to see you back in the blogging world Ann! Will be over to visit shortly :))
Why, that's Ibex-Man!Or not.
Jeff! You have emerged!
Thank you for visiting♡