Lomea Art Symposium, Residence Rusenski Lom Nature Park, Bulgaria.
Photography and postcards, 2017
Lamias and Samodivas are female figures of Slavic folklore that appear in the forests of Bulgaria. Stories pertaining to the oral culture of each region. The Samodivas are fairies of the forests, winged goddesses that live in the hollows of the trees, in abandoned huts or dark caves, near the rivers or wells, have healing powers and bless the crops. Lamias are dragon women with a dog's head and a large mouth, some have 3 to 9 heads, with sharp teeth and a long snake tail. They appear as a storm or fog and destroy the crops.