The Seagull Catcher

Despite the fact she forever has her head in an alternate place, and she never dresses in a normal manner, with her hair in a mess, and her shoes all scuffed, Anneatte Tamora is considered to be more normal then anything else. Because she and her family live on 'Quartsa Island' where practically anything goes . . .
Except from things that people don't understand.
'The Seagull Catcher' is a mysterious old lady who hides herself in a small, ugly cottage to the north of Quartza Island, where nobody ever goes. They are scared, no one ever dares to confront her, ask her ' who are you behind the mask?'. Until Anneatte was thrown into this bewildering characters exciting, thrilling dangerous world . . .

This is a story with a moral, magic and goodness can be found in everything, for the 'picture prompt competition.'


1. 14.11.2012- I am Anneatte Tamora

Quartsa Island appears to an outsider as a cold, damp, strange place with a tiny population of 1,639 in total, but my home land is really far, far more than meets the eye. Our people have traditions as old as time, we do not celebrate other religous events such as Christmas and Easter; we have our own unique ways and believe in the same god but believe in him for different reasons. We believe that God helps us hunt, helps us to live in cold mounths of the year, God supplies us with the ability to live on our quear, little island. No harm can come to a believer of our God.

I have always believed that, that our difficult way of life was the only way we could survive. Until I met The Seagull Catcher...

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