The Cross at the main beach on St. Nilus Island.
A lovely garden just off the main beach.
Walking along the planked path to the convent's main house and trapeza. Like St. Michael's Skete, the convent has no telephone and limited electricity from solar and wind power.
Pilgrims enjoying fellowship in the convent's trapeza.
St. Nilus of Sora Chapel, built by the fathers of St. Michael's Skete in the tradition of monastic churches in the Northern Thebaid of Russia.
The door into St. Nilus of Sora Chapel.
Walking along the path to Mother Nina's cell on the opposite side of the island.
A small chapel inside Mother Nina's cell.
Back at the convent's beach to start the cleaning, deboning and fileting process!
Mother Nina cleaning fish.
Fathers Andrew and Martyrios removing a few salmon from the smoking racks.
Our catch of 23 Silver Salmon, smoking in the convent's smokehouse.