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Apr 14, 2013 | 4:21 AM EDT
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This one has ALOT of symbolism so I'll do my best to explain.
When I first imagined a true representation of nature. I wanted her to be wild, unpredictable and beautiful.
Her hands are covered in dirt and moss. Both representing her wild nature and her conection to life and death. (Moss is mainly seen in wetlands and swamps. Because of that, tons of viruses and bugs are found near them. The viruses and bugs have the ability to kill people who have not grown up in simular conditions. Swamps also are known for having quicksand like mud and creating toxic gases from all the compressed leaves, mud and bodies.) Her dress, hair and flowers shows her appreciation for life. Her eye is purple and green because I thought it was cool!
The picture depicts her in a grey dead world which is a symbol for Winter and with the sun shining through dark clouds symbolizing the comming of spring.

And yes her heels are made out of tree bark!