This image, derived from a single in-camera multiple exposure, plays homage to the Hekatonkheires, a race of hundred-handed giants in Greek mythology. In the popular Rick Riordan young adult fantasy The Battle of the Labyrinth, the character Briares is the last of the hundred-handed giants.

Hekatonkheires © Harold Davis

Hekatonkheires © Harold Davis

Related image: Pagan Goddess.

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