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'The red mountains of Dorne at their backs' Arthur Dayne chapter 'Eddard X', AGOT

Ser Arthur Dayne, the Sword of the Morning, had a sad smile on his lips. The hilt of the greatsword Dawn poked up over his right shoulder. One passage from A Song of Ice and Fire by George RR Martin that left such impression on me and hooked me to the book series. The sequence at the Tower of Joy is one of the most celebrated by the ASOIAF fandom, nonetheless, it has such an effect on me, on a deep personal level, that drawing an Arthur Dayne scene becomes an experience of spiritual significance. And what a better title for such an illustration than: The red mountains of Dorne at their backs
Reference excerpt from the books: Eddard X; A Game of Thrones They were seven, facing three. In the dream as it had been in life. Yet these were no ordinary three. They waited before the round tower, the red mountains of Dorne at their backs, their white cloaks blowing in the wind. And these were no shadows; their faces burned clear, even now. Ser Arthur Dayne, the Sword of the Morning, had …

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