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Whenever i Breathe Out, you're Breathing it In I realized then and have known ever since, that there was something new to me in those eyes – something known only to the wolves and their mountain.

This skull laying in the grass reminds me of Yorrick's skull and Hamlet's remarks about death in that scene. The lone skull in the grass represents the loneliness of death and leads Hamlet to accept his eventual death.

This picture symbolizes when hamlet returns from England and finds a man digging out a grave in which is for Ophelia and says its yorick court jester skull (the man who made everyone laugh)

Tafel van bovenaf gezien met groene planten

Interieurtrend: Groen in huis