Ubiquitous throughout this cycle is the presence of a lone cloaked figure often accompanied by a bird, most notably what appears to be a raven or crow. What this presence intends to convey is ostensibly up to the interpretive deduction of the viewer, however there are more qualities to this cycle to explore that helps to accentuate the presence of this cloaked figure. Accompanying him on his solemn excursions, many of which seem to involve prayer, are lighter hues that bring the attention of the viewer towards the comparative darkness of the figure’s cloak. Vesselin’s distinct liquiform hues seem to transport this figure to a world all his own, perhaps the only one he will ever know.