You have no idea how long it took to get the perspective on the Temple of the Sea to look halfway decent. Overall, I am happy with it.
One tidbit that may not make it into the narrative: the temple was built on the seashore so that worshippers could bring their offerings and lay them on the steps, which would then get swept out to sea with the tide. But after the planet was split, the tides changed, and that system no longer worked. At high tide the water only covers the very bottom steps of the staircase facing the water. (You can see this in Chapter One Page Twenty-One.) As a result, people began taking their worship of the goddess a little less seriously, which led to a militant priesthood that uses force to ensure the people’s devotion. So there you have it, a little Arculean history lesson. 🙂
Have a wonderful day!