perils of the real “seven minutes in heaven”
And he didn’t use a shark cage.
not nice, or even cute…blah!
He could have walked
Click-to-enlarge image can be found here. I couldn’t find it at Mr. Melcher’s blog. Maybe it’s too close to the event, and is a forthcoming blog entry.The Burial of Christ (Wikipedia page link has links to pariticipants) is shown, with a different coloration, humongous image, and described, by its current-location page.It is also described here, along with another different coloration, click-to-enlarge image.Over 30 years earlier, the artist painted this (described by its current-location page); and over 10 years later, he painted this (humongous image, described by its current-location page), both of the same subject. His Wikipedia page (Google translated Italian Wikipedia page has more) and collection (many more under Subcategories at each level).Sixth, of the 6 works, by this artist, that have, so far, appeared in Mr. Melcher’s blog, to also appear here.
Are those jellyfish scars on His back?
The funniest comment that I read was “Doesn’t Cuba have airplanes, you could have flown.”
@PICTOnope, just on his hands, feet and one side
It would have been much easier if he’d stopped at Miami, but no, he just HAD to go for St. Augustine (a favor for a friend).
oop. Wrong Je-sus. sorry
He’ll sleep like the dead for three days.
It was the cigars…
Swim? Doesn’t he walk on water?
Here is another work by this artist.
Over the line, I think