Greek Bee Fibula, 4th century BC The bee, found in the artifacts of Ancient Near East and Aegean cultures, was believed to be the sacred insect that bridged the natural world to the underworld. Apollo's gift of prophecy first came to him from three bee maidens, usually identified with the Thriae. The Thriae was a trinity of pre-Hellenic Aegean bee goddesses.
Greek Bee Fibula, 4th century BC
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Rain, rain.... Don't go away! This is exactly how I picture the rain to be. Happiest rainy day memory... taking Juneau for a walk on a sunny rain day. Yes, sunny. Juneau made a rain burst of his own when he shook the rain out of his fur. With the sun shining on him, the burst of water looked like an exploding dandelion. That was the best memory... miss you so much Juneau.
i ♥ the rain
Anne Moore - Printmaker
If you are interested in quilling, please go to quillingcafe.ning... and join. (It’s free, but we take donations!) Since quilling is not very popular in the states, if you live in the U.S., please join the group “USA Quillers” and let us know who you are and what city you live in! (There’s got to be more of us out there!) Sylized Floral Quilled Paper Custom Monogram. 8 x 10. by aCoCC
By Richard Burlet
Hindart2: Paintings by Richard Burlet
Flower Painting Original Abstract Painting by MilaSchoeneberg