Great story and beautiful illustraions.
Very nice! Being Orthodox, I love the Orthodox Chapel especially. And the double headed eagle in the first picture, I think, is a symbol of Pontian Greeks - might be something else, but that's what it reminds me of.
I've been there. Would love to go back. Just might someday.
Thank you Claire for your kind remark. Hariklia the little orthodox chapel was was open all the time and provided a lovely respite where one could burn candles and contemplate. Donna we need to return and campout under the Big Tree.
Sweet illustrations and story. You have a great style, I love it!
Lovely places and I love the story's plot and each individual picture tell amazing stories of it own!Thanks and I love to play chess the candid way that you drew Kay Aker!
Love the yellow fallen leaves that brings much amazement of autumn session!
The little orthodox chapel is my favourite here too! It's like discovering treasure hunt!
This is awesome!!! I mean I really awesome! What a wonderful story too. This is most wonderful. Thanks so much for sharing! Sending you hugs.V
I love the way of narrating, the delicate colors and textures with the strength of the black ink.Wonderful illustrations! I love them!
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