"I'm photographer from Czech republic with passion for beauty and nature. Luckily, our country is full of both. I'm often inspired with myths and legends and try to put pieces of them in my photos. You can see more at my Facebook page lower."
Galatea was a sea nymph who loved Acis, but was loved by the giant Polyphemus. Polyphemus was jealous of Galatea's love for Acis, so he killed him with a boulder. Distraught, Galatea then turned his blood into the river Acis. The Acis River flowed past Akion (Acium) near Mount Etna in Sicily.
Silena floated on the beautiful aquamarine water. She spread her arms out and relaxed. Silena felt like she could just become liquid herself, and melt into the crystal clear water, leave all her problems behind.