Page 1

A U S T R A L I A

OLYMPUS April 2018 $22

BE BOLD GO GODDESS this autumn

Exclusive Interview with designer APOLLODORUS

Autumn Fashion Special greek inspired

ARTEMIS COLLECTION


OLYMPUS since 700 BC

from front cover model Olivia Sbrocco

INDEX 002 NOTE TO READERS 003 ARTEMIS COLLECTION 013 EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW


NOTE TO READERS OLYMPUS is a magazine combining the ancient world with the latest styles since 700 BC. This season we took inspiration from greek goddesses, focusing on their elegance, ferocity and beauty. Here we collaborate ideas with the best designers, and this issue worked with the famous Apollodorus. Inspired by Artemis, we have worked to produce a range that can be worn by all. We don't just want to tell you the myths, we want you to embrace them. So at Olympus anyone can go goddess this season.

FOLLOW US @OLYMPUS__AUS

002


ARTEMIS collection


Actaeon Actaeon Actaeon


Goddess of the hunt


Actaeon sees Artemis


Artemis sees Actaeon


He’s transformed into a stag…


‌and chased by hounds


Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis bathing. And they say that the goddess at once transformed him into a deer, and drove mad the fifty dogs in his pack, which devoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis bathing. And they say that the goddess at once transformed him into a deer, and drove mad the fifty dogs in his pack, which devoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis bathing. And they say that the goddess at once

APOLLODORUS

transformed him into a deer, and drove mad the fifty dogs in his pack, which devoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis bathing. And they say that the goddess at once transformed him into a deer, and drove mad the fifty dogs in his pack, which devoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis bathing. And they say that the goddess at once

Apollodorus releases new Autumn collection at Athens fashion week after

transformed him into a deer, and drove mad the fifty dogs in his pack, which devoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the

the success of last years Apollo collection, the range will be available this

search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more

season exclusively at DEITY.

general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis bathing. And they say that the goddess at once transformed him into a deer, and drove mad the fifty dogs in his pack, which devoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis bathing. And they say that the goddess at once

Has greek mythology always been an Why did you choose to focus of the interest yours? then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeronof by his own dogs. He perished in that way, according goddess to Acusilaus, Artemis? because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis bathing. And they say that the goddess at once transformed him into a deer, and drove mad the fifty dogs in his pack, which devoured him Yes definitely, greek mythology has Artemis is a goddess that I’ve always unwittingly. Actaeon being gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, whonot was only bred byan Chiron to be a hunter afterwards and was devoured Cithaeron his own dogs. He perished in that way, according always been interest but and then adored after on last yearsbyApollo to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis bathing. And they say that the goddess at once of mad mythelife. Since waswhich a child, I him unwittingly. collection, thought better transformed him into a deer, part and drove fifty dogs in hisI pack, devoured Actaeon Ibeing gone, thewhat dogs sought their way master bowling lamentably, and in the search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and loved how these myths provided an to bring out something new than then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more for things couldn’t honouring hisa deer, sisters name. She general opinion, it was becauseexplanation he saw Artemis bathing. And theywe say that the goddess at once transformed him into and drove mad the fifty dogs in his pack, which devoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their understand. I first focused on holds such beauty, essence and grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at himthe for wooing Semele; but according then to the more general opinion, it like was because saw Artemis bathing. And they say that the goddess at once studying myths themselves delicacy any he other goddess yet transformed him into a deer, and drove mad the fifty dogs in his pack, which devoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the them as my own.which I spent stillAutonoe portrays mystery ferocity. search they came to the cave of interpreting Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, soothed their grief. and Aristaeus had a and son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more several years working alongside many Being both the goddess of the hunt general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis bathing. And they say that the goddess at once transformed him into a deer, and drove mad the fifty dogs in his pack, which devoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being gone,famous the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the search theyrelated came to theto cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their scholars including my good and childbirth and virginity, grief.Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished in that way, according friend Aristarchus of Samothrace, at she shows purity yet a cruel and to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis bathing. And they say that the goddess at once transformed him into a deer, the and drove mad the fifty dogs in his pack, which devoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being gone, thetemper. dogs soughtThis their master bowling lamentably, and in the library in Alexandria. But I certainly dangerous search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and wanted something more, toZeus develop noSemele; but according to the more then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeronto by do his own dogs. He perished in that way, according allowed to Acusilaus, me because was angryaatstyle him forlike wooing general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis bathing. And they say that the goddess at once transformed him into a deer, and drove mad the fifty dogs in his pack, which devoured him something that everyone could enjoy, other, one that’s both simple and unwittingly. Actaeon being gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who bred by Chiron be a read hunter and then effortless, afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished in that way, according something thatwascouldn’t justto be and wild and untamed. to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis bathing. And they say that the goddess at once butthecould bein seen and transformed him into a deer, or and told drove mad fifty dogs his pack, which devoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and transported. So after another four What greek myth inspired the then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was becauseyears he saw Artemis bathing. Andcenturies they say that the him into a deer, and drove mad the fifty dogs in his pack, which devoured him at university, ofgoddess at once transformed collection? unwittingly. Actaeon being gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their internships and the success of my first My collection encompasses the grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, itrather was because he saw Artemis bathing. And they say that the goddess at once collection I have finally released my goddess than a particular myth. transformed him into a deer, and drove mad the fifty dogs in his pack, which devoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the Artemis I wanted to Aristaeus reveal had thea son collection search they came to the cave of long Chiron, awaited who fashioned an image ofrange. Actaeon, which soothed their grief. Autonoe and Actaeon, whoboth was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and transformed him into a deer, and drove mad the fifty dogs in his pack, which devoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the

search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and

then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis bathing. And they say that the goddess at once transformed him into a deer, and drove mad the fifty dogs in his pack, which devoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis bathing. And they say that the goddess at once

013

transformed him into a deer, and drove mad the fifty dogs in his pack, which devoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis bathing. And they say that the goddess at once transformed him into a deer, and drove mad the fifty dogs in his pack, which devoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis bathing. And they say that the goddess at once transformed him into a deer, and drove mad the fifty dogs in his pack, which devoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis bathing. And they say that the goddess at once transformed him into a deer, and drove mad the fifty dogs in his pack, which devoured him


Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis bathing. And they say that the goddess at once transformed him into a deer, and drove mad the fifty dogs in his pack, which devoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis bathing. And they say that the goddess at once transformed him into a deer, and drove mad the fifty dogs in his pack, which devoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished

pictures and Zeus on the runway infor the Apollo, and theto killing those whoit was because he saw Artemis in that way, according toin Acusilaus, because was angry at him wooing Semele; but according the more of general opinion,

bathing. And they say that context the goddessofataonce transformed him into deer, and drove mad the fifty dogs in hisnot pack, devoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being myth, so I went fora one displease you may bewhich relevant gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their

of my favourites. It’s one that now, but the characteristics and her whole personality emotions still are. in that way, according todisplays Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at himand for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis bathing. And they say that reveals the goddess at once him into a deer, and drove mad the fifty dogs in his pack, which devoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being how hertransformed beauty and elegance gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their can in a moment be turned to furry How do you think people will react to grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished due to a moment of displeasure. your new collection? in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis bathing. And they say that Basically, the goddess atArtemis once transformed him into mad thepeople fifty dogswill in hisabsolutely pack, which devoured is bathing inaadeer, and drove I think love it.him unwittingly. Actaeon being gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their forrest. Actaeon, a greek hero hunting If they loved last years Apollo then grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished in the same forrest spots Artemis they will Adore this years Artemis! I in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis bathing. And they say that unintentionally the goddess at once transformed him into a deer, mad the dogs people in his pack, which devoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being through the trees andand drove really dofifty think will respond gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their can’t take his eyes off her. Artemis, of well and enjoy the collection as much grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished course very displeased with being as I’ve enjoyed creating it. I’ve been in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis bathing. And they say that spied the goddess at once transformed himainto a deer, mad the fifty dogs his pack, which him unwittingly. Actaeon being upon, turns him into stag andand drove lucky enough toincombine my devoured passions gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their he is torn apart by his hounds. and create a product I can share with grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished others. This has been a wonderful in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis is this myth still relevant opportunity andinithiswould be amazing bathing. And they say that Why the goddess at once transformed him into to a deer, and drove mad the fifty dogs pack, which devoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their contemporary readers? to work on another greek inspired grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished I would say that all greek myths are collection for next season. in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis very atimportant to contemporary bathing. And they say that still the goddess once transformed him into a deer, and drove mad the fifty dogs in his pack, which devoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their readers, authors, designers and If you could say one thing to our grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished basically anyone. They can be put readers, what would it be? in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis several different modern Bemad gorgeous, beinfierce and godevoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being bathing. And they say that into the goddess at once transformed him intocontexts a deer, and drove the fifty dogs his pack, which gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their and updated simply to fit the 21st goddesses! grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished century while still retaining elements in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis ancient ininto which bathing. And they say that of thethe goddess at oncecivilisation transformed him a deer, and drove mad the fifty dogs in his pack, which devoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being “She holds such beauty, gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their they were created. My collection isn’t grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished essence andwasdelicacy just for goddesses, it’s for everyone. I in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis to show thathim myths bathing. And they say that want the goddess at oncepeople transformed into a can deer, and drove mad the fifty dogs in his pack, which devoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being like any other goddess gone, the dogs sought their lamentably, and they in the can search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their bemaster morebowling that just stories, yet still portrays grief.Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished provide inspiration, and I want to in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis mystery and ferocity.” thisatnot to Olympus bathing. And they say that prove the goddess onceonly transformed him into aand deer, and drove mad the fifty dogs in his pack, which devoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their the fashion world but to all. Artemis, grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished

grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis

014

bathing. And they say that the goddess at once transformed him into a deer, and drove mad the fifty dogs in his pack, which devoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis bathing. And they say that the goddess at once transformed him into a deer, and drove mad the fifty dogs in his pack, which devoured him unwittingly. Actaeon being gone, the dogs sought their master bowling lamentably, and in the search they came to the cave of Chiron, who fashioned an image of Actaeon, which soothed their grief. Autonoe and Aristaeus had a son Actaeon, who was bred by Chiron to be a hunter and then afterwards was devoured on Cithaeron by his own dogs. He perished in that way, according to Acusilaus, because Zeus was angry at him for wooing Semele; but according to the more general opinion, it was because he saw Artemis

OLYMPUS  

CLAN1001 digital project. Retelling of the myth of Artemis and Actaeon. All photos are mine apart from the image of the stag.

OLYMPUS  

CLAN1001 digital project. Retelling of the myth of Artemis and Actaeon. All photos are mine apart from the image of the stag.

Advertisement