This tripartite tree seems rather like something out of a Zelda game, does it not? (Taken at Good Earth State Park in South Dakota, USA.)
Well, thus far I have been failing miserably at my goal to finish one article per month. I have three done at this point, and am busy working on a fourth (The Gerudo Desert, which explains why that page only has a single quote, albeit a good one), and I could not have imagined the busy-ness of this year and how unprepared I would be to sit down and work when I do manage to find free time.
With traveling, writing, reading, teaching, seeing friends, studying, and all the other things one finds oneself doing in life, at the end of the day I am rather tired, and find myself wanting to simply read or watch The Durrells on Amazon (which, though quite different from the book series, is still charming). Oftentimes this website gets short shrift as my energy wanes. I think I'll settle for six articles — being one every two-ish months, then. Hopefully I can at least manage that.
I did finish an article on Skyward Sword (under "Random Articles" — The Mirror of Demise) at the behest of someone who emailed me, though. So, never hesitate to write in!
The universe of The Legend of Zelda is replete with multifarious architectural oddities, beautiful and resonating structures, and ineffably-mysterious temples hidden in the remote corners of the world. It is my hope to explore said places, shedding light upon some of their salient features, and fulfilling the goals laid out by the introduction, the main goal of which is to help people understand and appreciate the unspoken, yet deeply-felt, allure of these locations and structures.