Grounds for Sculpture – When shall we three meet again?….

It’s actually called: “Has Anyone Seen Larry? (The Three Fates)”, but it reminds me more of Macbeth’s three witches than it does of the Morai of ancient Greek religion and mythology, often known in English as the Fates. Three sisters: Clotho (the spinner), Lachesis (the allotter) and Atropos (the unturnable, a metaphor for death), they were the personifications of destiny.

Of course, the witches in Macbeth are nameless, and do bear a striking resemblance to the three Fates of classical mythology.

The skulls in the cauldron were rather gruesome.

Taken with a Fuji X-E3 and Fuji XC 16-50mm f3.5-5.6 OSS II