The head of a funerary couch in the form of a cheetah with tears falling from his eyes.
Photo by Lewis Wayne Walker.
From “Fairy Terns of the Atolls,” National Geographic, December, 1946.
Mother Stretches a Guardian Angel’s Wing as a Sunshade for Her Child
Hawaiians once considered fairy terns sacred. Their beauty and purity deeply appeal to all races. By their gentle, inquisitive ways and plaintive cries they tug at men’s heartstrings.
Trying to channel some Janelle here!
Grace Jones and her twin brother
"Do you think anyone will notice they’re just cardboard cutouts?"
"Look, we’ve already stretched the budget to £10.50, they’ll just have to deal with it."