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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.

I like the refraction used in the image with the glass. I really like the Black & white conversion because i think it adds depth to the image.

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A extremely striking portrait of a women's face partially submerged in water- I love the contrast of the eyes, her red lipstick and the water. Image by Marc Lamey.

This portrait is made of threads, or with other words, it is freestitch embroidery sewn on water soluble fabric, who therefore disappears in water and leaves you with only the threads. The threads are pressed between transparent glass in a wood frame. Read more this and watch a work video I made - all on my website. Hope you like it MAD ;-)