In the skies, the constellation Cancer is not the easiest to find. It may not stand out like Leo or Scorpio. But at its heart is a splendid star cluster, known as “The Beehive” or “Praesepe”. If you know where to look, a set of decent binoculars makes all the difference to viewing Cancer.
Cancerians (especially the men!) often have a tough, crusty exterior – all the better to conceal their gentle, caring souls. They are fiercely protective of the things they love. Traditionally, Cancer is the sign associated with home and family, and the atmosphere of love and care that should be found there. Even those Cancerians who travel far and wide manage to keep something “homely” with them, some memento, and they love to remember the days when… If you need a hug, your Cancerian pal will be there for you.
Figures from basic Poser 5 models. Image of Moon courtesy of NASA. Picture assembled using The GIMP with extensive use of gradient fills, plasma cloud, sparkle, layer masking and multiple mode settings.
Please note that this image looks significantly darker when printed.
“Fanx” to Edzie for the crab image used ;-))