Apollo and Raphael and the muses
What lies beneath in the deep blue sea
Race is a pigment of your imagination.– Teja Arboleda, M.Ed. [apparently derived from the book, ‘The Pigment of Your Imagination’, by Joy M. Zarembka] (via missfolly)
Goddess of Peace-Hair whiter than snow
Angel of Protection
Here the Beetles sung and said it best Look at those eyes—i wonder if this was taken after their trip to INdia
Oh such a bother. You know you are going to loose. Here is your kiss. KK Now take me for a ride before I escort you back to your room—grounded 3 days and all your minions. While I am at it these guys from my cup that floweth over will be massaging your hind end and NOT your favorite way.
Hmmmm A Man in Black—I guess Johnny Cash really did pass on his real legacy
Looks like India’s flag symbol i suppose someone is going to join in the fun Wheels with in wheels (angels) from Ezekiel
Cherubim are such fierce creatures and they love love love God and protect Him not because He needs it but because they love Him so Do not make cheribum angry the other angels avoid that including the ones that are not so nice. Baby angels love and their is no defense against love
Oh my—that is what happens when you build an empire on the wrong foundation or use people
johnyzuper: The reason why I find beauty more important than truth is actually that I feel beauty gives us a truth that goes beyond words, that is deeper and more true than what generally passes for truth.
Baby talks and talks and talks——tower babylon :) hmmmmmMMMMMMMMmmmmmmmmm oooooooooooooOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOooo
Babylon Ishtar door Treasures owned by the Pergamon Museum as well as treasures on loan from other museums can be viewed in this exhibition, including pieces from the Louvre of Paris, the British Museum of London, and the Stattliche Museum of Berlin. Visitors arrive in droves. Through the impressive anterior Ischtar door, they gaze down Babylon’s 30-meter-long (98 feet) procession avenue and...
Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant.– Robert Louis Stevenson (via missfolly)