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Sunday, 11 April 2010

Egypt, Everything


File:Goddess nut.jpg

Egypt, everything moves across paper stars in abstract night skies, wadis, arroyos, wild old Arab Arizonas, playas of abrupt moons, mesas over which hang in a great arc a great ivory crescent sky goddess who spans with her body the whole inverted bowl of intensely dark Navajo inking.

The Egyptian Goddess Nut, arched protectively over Earth and its inhabitants: photo by Golden Meadows, 2006


Curtis Roberts said...

It's nice to see one of the gods restored to her rightful place in the firmament (after Heavy; I'd hate to lose the moon) and also to have Krazy Kat to deal with it. All's right with Sunday so far.

TC said...


Yes, thanks for noticing. Equal time for the divinities, at least on Sunday.