of, like or pertaining to the depths of the ocean; referring to or occurring in the region of deep water above the floor of the ocean.
Etymology: English abyss, from Middle English abissus, from Late Latin abyssus, “a bottomless gulf” + pelagic, from Latin pelagicus and possibly pelagus; from Ancient Greek pelagikós, from pélagos, “sea”.
“When darkness clutches you with its claws and you can’t find the light… smile! There’s a new day waiting for you, one life to live, so try not to waste too much time worrying. You’ll never know what’s behind the mountain if you don’t try to climb it. So, cheer up… we all fall down, but there’s always someone who’ll pick you up.” - Ash
And I finally managed to do a bit detailed animation of my character Ash. Today is my bday, so I guess we could say that this is a gift which I made for myself XD I started this a month ago, mostly cause I tried to distract myself from all bad pill’s side effects… and when you have bad days, the best thing which you can do is to make something what will bring you a bit of joy. LOL I’m not an animator, but I told myself that I’ll try to animate him one day.
He’s part of my mind for years, my pain and my joy, and my wish was to bring him to live at least for a moment. Hopefully this will bring some of you a bit of happiness too. Enjoy (Done in Photoshop CC with Wacom Cintiq 27QHD). Bigger version you can see here.
A fortified priory from the period when the Church had to defend its possessions from its many enemies. Six periods of building and restoration are distinguishable between 1100 and the sixteenth century.