Adventures in Tamriel


ESO – In King’s Guard a Dolmen Festers






Stormhaven with a descended dolmen truly lives up to its name.


ESO – At Far Shores, Bangkorai


The two statues always seem to me that they are giving high-fives to one another. But that wasn’t what caught my eye this time. The purple-blue shades of the sky was so strangely incongruent with the sun shining down at me. I had to remind myself where I was – they didn’t call it Far Shores for nothing!



ESO – Stirk, same old same old


Every time I go to Stirk, and I’ve been there at least ten times, I almost always arrive at nearly but not always the same time – the magic hour just reaching its last tendrils over before the evening ends and night begins. The sun nears the horizon; night gathers above, bejeweled and waiting. I imagine that the sea breeze is balmy, and perhaps I can taste sorrow in the air – the Crimson Ship carried its burden hopeless into that endless Abecean Sea and were lost. Who mourns them?



ESO – Alik’r: Tu’whacca’s Throne

Tu’whacca’s Throne in all the symmetrical glory. The sands make their home in Alik’r; so do these testaments of time.

Skyrim – Approaching Silver Moons at sunset


Skyrim – Sunset over White River Watch

Dusk while at the cliff atop White River Watch. The auroras are just streaming in as the day’s light ebbs.

Skyrim – Skylight

Revisiting Skyrim always takes my breath away.

ESO – Basking in Eastmarch’s Sun


Eastmarch is a warm surprise after having explored Coldharbour. You can almost smell the grass and the life that’s here. Coldharbour in contrast was… dead. There was no life, only a semblance of it. It chills the heart to go there.



ESO – Stros M’Kai: Lighthouse at night



Exploring Stros M’Kai in Cadwell’s Silver as Anja Stromgren, my VR1 DK.