Three weeping willows

A photo collaboration between three like-minded women,

that had a very distinct vision in mind.

Mavka (aka niavka, navka, from Old Slavic nav ‘the dead’).
A mythological female figure,tall, round-faced, long-haired, and sometimes naked. The nymphs known by this term represented the souls of girls who had died unnatural deaths. They were believed to live in groups in forests, mountain caves, or sheds, which they decorated with rugs. They made thread of stolen flax and wove thin transparent cloth for making clothes for themselves.

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