Artist Peter Perlegas; Painting, “Forbidden Fruit”

Forbidden Fruit

Red apple either as a prop or in the hand of the rich. Snake prop could also work in the photo

The hand, the serpent, and the apple conspire against nature as some witches do.

Querelle Jansen by Barrie Hullegie & Sabrina Bongiovanni for Rood SpringSummer 2011

bienenkiste: “ Querelle Jansen by Barrie Hullegie & Sabrina Bongiovanni for Rood Spring/Summer 2011 ”

Day 9: MangoMango is a great fruit that comes from tropical regions in the world. It is very popular and common in countries like Mexico and India. Mango is a tropical indigenous fruit of Indian subcontinent.

Day MangoMango is a great fruit that comes from tropical regions in the world. It is very popular and common in countries like Mexico and India. Mango is a tropical indigenous fruit of Indian subcontinent.

Forbidden Fruit – Blink Art

Forbidden Fruit

Photographic Print x in Artist Bio People often ask Allan where the idea for his Bodyscapes® originated. He confesses that it didn't come from an inte

Black and White - I love the symbolism of this pic.

Black and White - this makes me think of The devil the serpent and the apple from the knowledge tree so symbolic it jumps out of the picture if it was a snake it would bit you metaphorically.

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