Apus

Fainted Light

Passion for these unknown places
keeps the spirit alive.

Apus is a faint constellation in the southern sky, first defined in the late 16th century. Its name means "no feet" in Greek, and it represents a bird-of-paradise (which were once believed to lack feet). As a “footless” bird in the fainted light, we fly over those mountain peeks knowing landing is impossible, trusting only our wings; keeping faith in the spirit of the stars above.
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