Talking to Zeus

Something about the lone Adonis on this precipice atop the Temple of Zeus on the Athenian Acropolis seriously intrigued me—to the point that I took 20 shots in uncooperative lighting to get the photo. There was no visible means of access to his perch, which only added to the mystery. In my most fertile imagination, he was summoning the King of the gods to come down and irrigate the land, multiply the crops, feed the multitudes, and restore the soul of the world…

But he was probably just calling his girlfriend.


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