Egypt-Edfutemple

This is an entrance to one of the buildings at Edfu Temple, along the Nile River in Egypt. It seems tiny with Horus hovering above it!

Many years ago, I took a journey up the Nile, visiting sites along the way, seeing many treasures—including mummified crocs and a statue at Luxor that reminded me of Shelley’s poem, Ozymandias (he wrote that famous work after visiting this site).

Egypt-mummifiedcrocs

Egypt-Ozymadias

It was my life-long dream to visit Egypt and trek those ancient temples. There was a time when I imagined I was akin to Tintin or Indiana Jones, an intrepid adventurer who would unearth fabulous treasures or solve esoteric mysteries. Alas, I am too clumsy for such an occupation. In fact, during one of our stops along the Nile, I fell into a giant hole, up to my neck—it happened moments after the photo below was taken of me peering out against the wall of hieroglyphics.

Egypt-Edfu

I’m posting my door inspirations from around the world to celebrate the release of The Guardians of Zoone on February 25!

You can find order links for the books of Zoone HERE.

Zoonecovers

 

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