"A trimaran flies along the drowned coast of Tuktalli, kicking up spray with its four foils. Its biplane rig, with its close-set masts, is a fancy of a particular Matriarch and give the sails the appearance of two triumphantly raised wings. It works excellently… when running downwind.
However, all-conditions efficiency is not its purpose: to the birrin it passes along the ruined coastline it is a marvel; a sight not seen in a thousand years.
They wonder what will follow in its wake."
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What fascinates me so much about the Birrin is how this species and its society and its world feel so utterly alien, yet not unbelievable.
I would do terrible, terrible things to see some kind of Star Trek TNG-esque property featuring multiple species like them, completely different forms of life, all collaborating on some common goal.
just before I saw the paycheck of $5703 , I accept that my mom in-law had been realy taking home money part-time from there pretty old laptop. . there uncle has been doing this for only six months and a short time ago paid the morgage on there house and got a great new Saab 99 Turbo . Get the facts..𝐖𝐰𝐰.𝐅𝐮𝐥𝐰𝐨𝐫𝐤.𝐂𝐨𝐦
Am I reading the descruption right? The Coastline citidel in the background is an abandoned relic?
I enjoy both the natural whiteout type wash of the image so typical of coastline sunlight, and the block lettering on the sail.
Your work is incredible.
I love how in it isn’t just a single scene. If you look around, to me anyway, it seems that there is something going on all over the pic. Like there’s an individual story going on no matter what you look at.