Friday, September 25, 2009

MANZANA



The term "forbidden fruit" is a metaphor that describes any object of desire whose appeal is a direct result of the knowledge that it cannot or should not be obtained or something that someone may want but cannot have. The phrase refers to the Book of Genesis,[1] where it is the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil eaten by Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. As a result of their decision to eat the fruit, Adam and Eve lost their innocence , became separated from God and were exiled from the garden where they were forced to adopt agriculture under less than desirable circumstances for a living.

6 comments:

My Pencil Box Zoo said...

Very kool! I like the mood you've established.

The Keeper's Notes said...

that's beautiful dude...love the line work on the face...nice new series here with the birds. good stuff.

MAY-DAY said...

THANX BROS.I LIKE THE BIRD THING I DONT KNOW WERE IT'S GOING BUT IT'S A FUN ADD ON..

jason quinones said...

AWESOME!

Snezana Radulovic said...

pretty cool one. I like it

Anonymous said...

dude I love it! btws it's riss :D you're bestie