Photographer's Note

According to Greek mythology, the Sirens had a which charms voice: by the softness of their songs they attracted the passengers, for whom they remained invisible, and involved them to precipitate in the sea, where they drowned. They had the body of a woman to the belt, and, below, the shape of a fish tail.
Today the sirénes are not any more what they were!

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Additional Photos by Charles Chiappe (CC2A) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 87 W: 11 N: 251] (2061)
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