L is for Landscape #AtoZChallenge

Welcome to the A to Z Challenge. This year I’m blogging about the Behind the Scenes for the Echoes Trilogy – a story a started writing about six years ago.

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Today I’m mostly sharing pictures of what Kios looks like. The quickest way to describe it is a non-island New Zealand, with Portugal architecture. Pretty cool sounding, right?

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Another way I think of it is Hawaii with the Swiss Alps. I know, I know, I’m really combining there, aren’t I? But it’s beautiful!

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The main industry of Kios is making fabrics and clothes, so they have a lot of sheep.

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About a fourth of the country is also bordered by the ocean, which of course is stunningly gorgeous.

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As you’ve probably realized by now, I’m biased when it comes to how amazing Kios is.

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It’s been a lot of fun to create this country and try and figure out exactly what the landscape looks like.

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The first draft didn’t have nearly enough details about the country, and I’m already looking forward to adding more in the second draft.

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That’s it for tonight, folks!

 

4 thoughts on “L is for Landscape #AtoZChallenge

  1. Kaitlyn says:

    That. Is. GORGEOUS! Wow! It was beautiful in my head, but THIS is BREATHTAKING! So beautiful and peaceful…..one of those places that just makes you feel even closer to God. 🙂

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  2. Claire says:

    It’s absolutely gorgeous…and evident how much thought you’ve put into the worldbuilding! I can imagine just getting lost in the world when writing or reading about it. The pictures go a long way in showing how beautiful it is! 🙂

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