Swimming Cross

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

Tightrope Walker

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

Cattle Grazing

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

Chalice

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

Bow and Ship

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

Open-Mouthed

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

Flowering Cross

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

Pilgrim

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

Twin Peaks

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

Outline of Fish

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

Shipwreck

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

Entry into Jerusalem

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