Thursday, June 10, 2010

A world in black and white

Celebrating this tiny speck of light and enormous explosion - see previous post - I turn to Woman in the moon (1929). The moon seems to be a world of darkness and eternal winter, something that does appeal to me, a Northener.

I think of the White Witch of Narnia and the realm of Hel though I can't find no testament that the latter's land is that of winter.

(Do I associate women with winter?)

Did they ever find the woman in the moon?
I must find out.

Look at these lovely graphics:

(The images link to their original locations.)

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