Chera Picture

Canon EOS 400D
Home - July 2012.

According to Greek mythology, Chera, daughter of Night, was the goddess of fate, understood as a violent death.
Artistically, Chera was portrayed as more black winged creatures, with sharp teeth and claws, which fed on the blood of dead and wounded; symbolically represent the Destiny that accompanies every human being articulating the vital rhythms and outlining the type of death that it will the subject, which is why at times dangerous, such as battles and heroic actions, the goddesses alongside the individual.

When I read about Chera I was fascinated, so when I saw for the first time this black little kitty who was bothering his brother, I found the name perfect.
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