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Mermaid and Tides - Goddess of the Sea

Mermaid and Tides - Goddess of the Sea - sea, blue, white, mermaid, goddess of the sea, goddess, tides, mermaid and tides, waters, blue and white, ocean
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Wallpaper Description:
This is the ORIGINAL work of the artist, with the Goddess of the Sea on the right side; and the coloring of the sea was with the perfect hues of blue. Even the Goddess's body and hair was done with light ethereal colors instead of bold ones to portray a very spiritual being.

I made note above a mainstay (pinned) in case I'm challenged again (better be prepared to give my reasons) and I am defending the original artist as having the right to display works in their original colors and placement of characters. I do believe artists deserve that, especially here on DN. I, however, don't contest the other versions - reversals and/or darker colors on the above work. I think those also look nice.

WALLPAPER DESCRIPTION:

A mermaid walking above the waters of the deep. A Goddess of the Sea.

Predominantly a blue and white piece of art.

FOLKLORE: Goddess of the Sea (Roman)

The Goddess of the Sea pre-dated the God of the Sea, Neptune.This means that in the past, the ancient Romans worshipped a female deity. This was later replaced around the 18th century by Neptune.

Prayers to the Goddess of the Sea included, but were not limited to:

1. Protection from strong winds and storms while at sea
2. Safe voyage and return of loved ones
3. Not running out of supplies while out at sea
4. Even financial support in life. The Romans attributed finance to the Goddess of the Sea because they were dependent on the sea and its use for their livelihood and were fishermen, ship builders, sail makers, rope producers (copra or hemp), toolmakers etc.

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MermaidNareda Uploaded by MermaidNareda on . Mermaid and Tides - Goddess of the Sea - Desktop Nexus Abstract Download free wallpapers and background images: Mermaid and Tides - Goddess of the Sea. Desktop Nexus Abstract background ID 2454527. This is the ORIGINAL work of the artist, with the Goddess of the Sea on the right side; and the coloring of the sea was with the perfect hues of blue. Even the Goddess's body and hair was done with light ethereal colors instead of bold ones to portray a very spiritual being.

I made note above a mainstay (pinned) in case I'm challenged again (better be prepared to give my reasons) and I am defending the original artist as having the right to display works in their original colors and placement of characters. I do believe artists deserve that, especially here on DN. I, however, don't contest the other versions - reversals and/or darker colors on the above work. I think those also look nice.

WALLPAPER DESCRIPTION:

A mermaid walking above the waters of the deep. A Goddess of the Sea.

Predominantly a blue and white piece of art.

FOLKLORE: Goddess of the Sea (Roman)

The Goddess of the Sea pre-dated the God of the Sea, Neptune.This means that in the past, the ancient Romans worshipped a female deity. This was later replaced around the 18th century by Neptune.

Prayers to the Goddess of the Sea included, but were not limited to:

1. Protection from strong winds and storms while at sea
2. Safe voyage and return of loved ones
3. Not running out of supplies while out at sea
4. Even financial support in life. The Romans attributed finance to the Goddess of the Sea because they were dependent on the sea and its use for their livelihood and were fishermen, ship builders, sail makers, rope producers (copra or hemp), toolmakers etc.

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Rating: 4.1

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Wallpaper Comments (2)

Gibsonfan
Posted by Gibsonfan on 01/20/19 at 09:06 AM
Just Awesome F :)
welcha
Posted by welcha on 01/19/19 at 10:05 AM
fantastic
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Total Downloads: 163
Times Favorited: 6
Uploaded By: MermaidNareda
Date Uploaded: January 18, 2019
Filename: dessofthesea_5g7cx3.jpg
Original Resolution: 1920x1164
File Size: 1.2MB
Category: Fantasy

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