This is a beautifully printed illustration celebrating Sankta Lucia.
“Winter was worse that year; longer, darker and colder than usual. They all craved the return of the light and were barely able to resist the descent into madness, as the nights continued to grow ever longer – until one evening, from afar, between the old pines they finally saw it: a faint light flickering and shortly after followed the song, echoing through the winter landscape. Her frail frame moved through the snow with ease. She was one with the land and her crown ablaze with light. She was the Herald. The solstice was coming.”
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