Second in the series of Goddess aspects. Colroed pencil, model is my friend Raven. The Mother is ripe with fertility, almost more so than Her younger counterpart; hence the rabbit, the green grasslands, the mountains. The volcano is symbolic of the fertile woman's menstrual flow, as well as her sometimes explosive temper! The rabbit is, of course, a fertility symbol, it looks up to the Mother as it's own, for She is; in turn, She looks upon the rabbit as Her own child, for it is. Let not Her maturity fool you, because by the budding trees in the background, you see that She has many, many years left before She leaves Her fertile period of life. Consider the colors of Her robes,the colors of Her facepaint, even the color of Her skin. Consider why she doesn't wear nearly as much make-up as the younger Goddess does, or why the eldest Goddess wears none at all. Go on, you know you want to; there's so much more symbolism than there is to write it all out here!