Acis & Galatée

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christine taraud on December 17, 2012

Pour mieux comprendre, MrFeelGood, il faut s'être promené autour de la Fontaine Médicis au Jardin du Luxembourg, et apercevoir une sculpture imposante, évoquant la mythologie grecque d'Acis et Galatée (nymphe de la mer), du cyclope Polyphène, son rival, qui surprit les 2 amants sous un abri. Celui-ci, en colère, écrasa son rival avec un rocher, mais réssuscita et se transforma en fleuve... Ils se retrouvèrent ainsi, réunis pour l'éternité...

Alito_di_vento è chi… on February 2, 2013

la magia dei riflessi. Complimenti per la tua gallery di stile. Ciao LK chiara

christine taraud on February 2, 2013

Grazie Chiara per tutti questi complimenti incoraggianti. A presto, Christine

vinogradik on February 3, 2013

They are safely hidden from Polyphemus :)

Wonderful!

christine taraud on February 5, 2013

He's not very far from them... Thanks Tanya, for your charming visit and this Star. Christine

christine taraud on March 1, 2013

Benvenuto e grazie Carlo per questa visita nella mia galleria che mi fa piacere cosi come il commento di questa foto. Christine

Bassam Jayousi on March 4, 2013

A very beautiful capture! /LIKE/

You have a beautiful gallery, i add you to my Favorite Photographers List


Greetings, Bassam


christine taraud on March 7, 2013

Thanks Bassam to appreciate this picture and the compliment about my small gallery... Christine

Heidiho on April 13, 2013

No comment ... YSL

christine taraud on April 15, 2013

Heidiho, I'm delighted whom you are sensitive to this picture. Thanks for the Star.

Christine

mrsiko on December 3

tiring beautiful picture , like17 kind regards,mrsiko

christine taraud on December 15

Thanks mrsiko to appreciate this subtil picture.

Kind regards, Christine

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