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Sunday, January 22, 2012

This Could Be Demeter or Ceres


A touch of shadow shapes round a sculpture at the Tyabb Art and Craft Village.

Gathering wheat sheaves
Demeter of our old legends
Symbol of Nature


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15 comments:

Martha Z said...

Yes, but how can she gather the harvest, chained as she is?

Sylvia K said...

Terrific shadow shot for the day, Gemma, and such a lovely statue -- even if she is chained to the fence! I love it! Hope your weekend is going well!

Sylvia

Ralph said...

She is a beauty, although I wonder if she is of the land or of the sea. Or both? She signifies the good things of nature it seems...

John said...

Beautiful shadow!

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Jim said...

Lovely.
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NatureFootstep said...

the poor statue is chained. :( Are they afraid it will be stolen? Well, it is gorgeous. Shadows and all.
Have a great weekend.

Dianne said...

Oh! she's so elegant Gemma and I love the red neclate.

Kelly said...

I love the statue - a shame she has to be chained.

Ms. Burrito said...

Beautiful figurine!

chubskulit said...

That is gorgeous Gemma.

LV said...

Very nice sculpture shadow.

Genie said...

Like the way the shadows show up in different places. What a pretty sculpture. Great choice for your post this week. genie

jewaicious said...

What a nice capture of the sculpture, and the shadows add to the composition.

Antonella said...

Wonderful shadows... she is a mystery clothed in shadows... perhaps at night she slips into the water and escapes her chains?
Thanks for stopping by and the insights! Hugs, antonella :-)

Patti said...

She is indeed lovely. I'm not too familiar with mythology, I must admit.

Have a fun week shadow-seeking!

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