Swimming Cross

I call this stone a “swimming cross”. Next to the main cross, which has a road leading up to it,…

Tightrope Walker

Here we have a tightrope walker walking the line of life, the thread that connects our first breath and our…

Cattle Grazing

Ithaca is known, above all, for its goats and sheep, and is said in the Odyssey to be unsuitable for…

Chalice

The chalice, the cup of life. I have found a more elegant version, a cup beneath a tree, and one…

Bow and Ship

This is one of only three Odysseus stones I have found on the beaches of Ithaca. They are not so…

Open-Mouthed

A face is essentially two eyes to see with, a mouth to breathe, eat and speak with, a nose to…

Flowering Cross

This stone is one of many crosses. Crosses and faces are the most common drawings to appear on stones. Two…

Pilgrim

I see here the figure of a pilgrim putting one foot in front of the other, heading westwards perhaps, a…

Twin Peaks

On this stone found on the beaches of Ithaca, we can see twin peaks, perhaps with snow on them, and…

Outline of Fish

In this drawing of a fish, the fish, whose eye is just visible, is surrounded by a marked line. This…

Shipwreck

Not all drawings are overtly religious in content. This seems to show a ship in the foreground with three masts…

Entry into Jerusalem

While sitting on the beaches of the Greek island of Ithaca, we came across stones that seemed to have drawings…