Mokosh is a Slavic Earth Goddess. She rules over fertility and midwifery. She also spins the web of life and death. Mokosh is dark, like good, black soil. Mokosh became St. Paraskeva, whose hair hangs long, loosely, and whose icon is decorated with flax and birch. Paraskeva is also known as Mother Friday.
I love this photo. It contrasts very nicely. All the browns and greens and blacks go together perfectly. Her skin is absolutely flawless. Her lips give her face a nice contrast as well. It's all very clear and has sharp lines. The model must've posed, but it looks good. Very nice.
He was painted in war metals but seemed to be hunted from what he had seen on the battle field. What a mystery he was to all those he came in contact with. She pulled her gaze away from him. He was a beautiful man with a ugly past.