Description In Greek mythology, the iridescent 'eyes' on the tail of a peacock were placed there by Hera to commemorate her faithful watchman Argus who had one hundred eyes. Practically, they are sure to impress the females of the species.
Marguerita Melville, Pompano Beach Member Since May 2008 Artist Statement Thank you for visiting Marguerita's fine art photography galleries. Images of African animals, landscapes, wildlife, cultural activies and the stunning diversity of nature are captured from her visits to some of the world's most beautiful and intriguing countries. She considers it a joy and a privilege to share them with you. Marguerita was born in Liverpool, England, and now lives in Florida. Her background includes careers in both journalism and advertising, For several years, she has traveled the world experiencing first hand the warmth and welcome of other cultures and photographing the majesty of their lands. Marguerita's travels abroad include Africa, China, Thailand, Russia, Egypt, Canada, New Zealand, Antarctica and Europe and her work has appeared in newspapers, magazines and online. Recently, she received an Honorable Mention Award in the Nature category from the prestigious International Photography Awards competition. Over 22,000 entries were received from 124 countries. You can see her award winning portrait "Triple Trouble" in the African wildlife gallery. Again, thank you for visiting. We hope you will continue to join us for our ongoing journeys.