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Juno (with peacocks) and Iris (with rainbow) — Alegoría del Aire by Antonio Palomino (oil on canvas, Spain, c. 1700)

https://www.flickr.com/photos/walter_a_aue/16247789898/in/photolist-qKLaSA-Bj4ZJo-2fhos8s-T3dQ1J-Btbgkh-2fbqfGT-2f5Q7UC-DwEJMr-4kAcnS-QnZ9xF-2fn519P-24DY7ue-2dYhr5q-2f5cubP-24AUNvT-2297SgV-DWstbP-24Qc7uB-SjNBJJ-R5jG3V-AnnEfX-qgTeyt-24Eoue8-2dHJLPz-2fcNbuV-24Eouka-2fn51eZ-T45dZS-T3dPT9-2dJQM7F-2fcNbDH-SXyTT3-2e4zDvJ-dZkGjg-24xYftM-2dYhr9y-2fcNbyH-24EouhV-24AUNBV-2e2M9DJ-T6jnfu-2ffuiFY-2dGSKJZ-T6jnm1-T45dMC-2dHJLHT-RtNcYF-2ffuiBu-2dHJLC2-RxtAZe The poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti once wrote that he was waiting for the rebirth of wonder (“I am Waiting”, A Coney Island of the Mind, 49). In an age where technology has simultaneously brought us...

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