We have finished development on a new illustration – this at the request of someone whose close friend had recently lost her father, an avid sailor who loved sailing in the Virgin Islands, especially Virgin Gorda in the British Virgins. This view shows the Baths, a place with some seriously strange and wonderful rock formations… the likes of which you'll only see in a few other places – the Seychelles, I believe, but I don't know of anywhere else.
Imagine a beautiful, smooth river rock. The kind you love to hold in your hand, it's warm, round, edges worn smooth to that elongated ellipse. That is what these rocks are like, except each is the size of a small house. And they have been tumbled at the edge of paradise by the hand of some ancient mariner god. No one knows who, or how it came to be.