A few times a year, on the holiest of days, villagers from the small towns surrounding the cliff make the long trek up the narrow winding path along the cliff to the monolithic shrine atop the bluff in order to honor primal gods of nature and ask for luck, rain, and good harvest while burning offerings in the two ever-burning fires within the temple.
About this creation
The pair of ever-burning fires flanks the sturdy back wall of the temple.
This picture shows off the little cave that I put into the rock face to add some interest to an otherwise bland escarpment.
The purpose of this picture is mostly to show the path along the cliff.
Some sort of symbol of who/whatever the villagers worship is visible inside the temple.
A shot showing another little cave in the side of the cliff. Incidentally, there's actually a little passage inside the rock connecting the two caves.
Notes: Yes, yet another microscale item, although this time not a ship. I built the temple quite a while ago, and stumbled on it while cleaning up my room. I built the cliffs, etc. that the temple is sitting on after finding it. Sorry for the specks of dust on the build that are visible in some of the shots. I thought that I had dusted the temple adequately, but apparently not. Also, I'd like to apologize for the messiness of the rock in many areas of the sides and front of the cliff, although I can honestly say that I'm pretty happy with the back.