Final Boarding Picture

Charon, in Greek mythology, is the ferryman of the dead.
The souls of the deceased are brought to him by Hermes, and Charon
ferries them across the river Acheron. He only accepts the dead which are
buried or burned with the proper rites, and if they pay him an obolus (coin) for their passage.
For that reason a corpse had always an obolus placed under the tongue.

Those who cannot afford the passage, or are not admitted by Charon, are doomed to
wander on the banks of the Styx for a hundred years. Living persons who wish to go to the
underworld need a golden bough obtained from the Cumaean Sibyl.

"Alternate Title"
The Ferryman Awaits

Greek myth has always interested me. This is my way of paying homage to it.

The shot was taken in Sibu Malaysia, (so no where near Greece), during by vacation. Edited in PS Cs2.
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