From left to right, this is sailor Jean-Tom Rubins of Sealily Harbor, poet Corbin Halloway of Newcastle, and Prince Alexander Bailey of Brunswick. The quote at the top is Corbin's, summing up his philosophy about life. Rose-colored glasses are too girly, you see. He wears green ones instead. ;-) These three meet up in my Great Legend and become best friends, regardless of their differences (which are, in most cases, extreme). Three different social classes, three different lifestyles, three different philosophies (Corbin: see above. Jean-Tom: 'If things can get worse, they will.' Alexander: 'Why should I care?'), three different stories which weave themselves into the Great Legend. They represent three different types of love, which they are each on a quest to find: Jean-Tom searches for his daughter, Corbin for his romantic obsession, and Alexander for the spirit of his deceased twin sister. In their Quest, they discover the greatest love of all: friendship. Yes, it's sappy. So sue me. It's what I believe in.