Leda and Zeus Picture

In Greek mythology, Leda was the daughter of the Aetolian king Thestius, and the wife of Tyndareus, the king of Sparta.

Leda was loved by Zeus, who seduced her in the guise of a swan, during the bath by the stream. Their consummation, on the same night as Leda lay with her husband Tyndareus, resulted in two eggs from which hatched Helen - later known as the beautiful Helen Of Troy, Clytemnestra, and Castor and Pollux (also known as the Dioscuri - also spelled Kastor and Polydeuces). Which children are the progeny of Tynadareus, the mortal king, and which are of Zeus, and are thus half-immortal, is not consistent among accounts, nor is which child hatched from which egg. The split is almost always half mortal, half divine, although the pairings do not always reflect the children's heritage pairings. Castor and Polydeuces are sometimes both mortal, sometimes both divine.

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~AngelCage-stock for Leda [link]

~zvaellastock for Zeus under the figure of the Swan [link]

*Ilun-stock for the lakeside [link]

~beefstock for the waterfall [link]

~x-spirantcougar-x for the pad for Leda [link]

*JLStock for plants [link]

~spacenewt also for plants [link]

~firebug-stock for brushes thanks to which I made the Leda hairstyle [link]

~JavierZhX [link] and =Pinkcatt [link] , for brushes thanks to which I made the magical climate.

~jen-ni for her star style, which I used, as the frame of my work [link]

Unfortunately, I cannot find the person, which made flowers into Leda hair. The file wasn't signed nick. If you recognize your work, send me the note, and I will add links to your account

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