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Jason de Caires Taylor’s underwater sculpture garden in Cancun. Constructed out of concrete and steel, and bolted to the ocean substrate, the works here act as artificial reefs that provide “an ideal habitat for filter feeding organisms.”  http://www.dedeceblog.com/2010/10/13/cancun/

Jason de Caires Taylor& underwater sculpture garden in Cancun. "Constructed out of concrete and steel, and bolted to the ocean substrate, the works here act as artificial reefs that provide & ideal habitat for filter feeding organisms.

Statue of Saint Bartholomew, who was skinned-alive by the Romans for not renouncing his christian-faith. In this statue, the sculptor depicts Bartholomew with muscles, bones, and veins for all to see. Draped around his shoulders and waist is his own skin.

Tribute to Saint Bartholomew (*He was an early Christian martyr that was skinned. If you look closely, you’ll notice that’s not a robe, but actually his removed skin hanging around him* ) by Marco d’Agrate, 1562 (Duomo cathedral, Milan-Italy)

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Hercules final labor was to capture Cerberus, the three headed dog that guarded the underworld. Hercules got permission to take Cerberus from Hades, but Hades told him he could only have him if Hercules subdued him without using any weapons.

Somewhere in Europe...photo by symboter via Flickr.

"Beauty with flowers and cape Discovered in Hamburg, Germany, Friedhof Ohlsdorf, the largest park cemetery of the world" What a beautiful evocation of sorrow; it eases my heart a little bit just to see such a beautifully sad image.