tempus edax rerum.
Before the sea was, and the lands, and the sky that hangs over all, the face of Nature showed alike in her whole round which state have men called chaos: a rough, unordered mass of things, nothing at all but lifeless bulk and warring seeds of ill-matched elements heaped in one. No sun as yet shone forth upon the world, nor did the waxing moon renew her slender horns; not yet did the earth hang poised by her own weight in the circumambient air, nor had the ocean stretched her arms along the far reaches of the lands. And, though there was both land and sea and air, no one could tread that land, or swim that sea; and the air was dark. No form of things remained the same; all objects were at odds, for within one body cold things strove with hot, and moist with dry, soft things with hard, things having weight with weightless things.
Another picture coming later tonight, editing some old digital self portraits so get pumped.