Ok - it's been three days, and I can't get this image out of my head. Unfortunately, I have no skill at all with The Gimp or Photoshop, so I offer this in the hopes that some enterprising monk will give birth to a logo from it.
I keep picturing the image of a monk - hooded robe, arms folded, face obscured from view - and here I'm thinking along the lines of "Holy Grail", but without quite so much head banging.
This monk, though, should have a give away - a camel's nose poking out of the hood.
I'm thiking either a head shot of a single camel-monk, or maybe a group of them - either way, this is a cut-and-paste job if I ever saw one.
Presented for the public good. :-)
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