You remember (don’t you?) how in the olden, golden days of Greece, Hephaestus took a big ax (this was before Lizzie Borden’s time) & cleaved the Great God Zeus’s head, releasing the fully-formed, armor-clad Athena – a motherless brainchild herself. Well, Tarn & I did a re-enactment of this momentous event ourselves, though Tarn/Athena could only boast a new collar for the occasion. By the way, Zeus himself suffered no permanent damage (unless having a full-grown, armor-wearing, mouthy, wise-but-war-mongering daughter [who also was the goddess of craftsmen/women & other bright spots] can be considered ‘damage’) as he simply pushed the two halves of his cloven head back together & said, ‘There!’ Taken in the vicinity of Cunsey Beck in Cumbria, on 8 October 2010. No Greek gods were injured in the making/taking of this shot.