Mark 5:24-26 (NLT)
24 Jesus went with him, and the crowd thronged behind. 25 And there was a woman in the crowd who had had a hemorrhage for twelve years. 26 She had suffered a great deal from many doctors through the years and had spent everything she had to pay them, but she had gotten no better. In fact, she was worse.
TIME OF DAY:
Unspecified in the Bible narrative. I have set this scene in the mid morning.
The sun (unseen, high on the right) illuminates this scene, casting shadows left & below figures & objects.
From left to right in the foreground: 2 men talking by a fishing boat, men & two women with their backs to the viewer.
In the main figure group, the woman suffering from bleeding (in yellow inner robe & pink outer robe, at the back of the crowd).
Various unnamed people in the crowd (A woman in pink, a man in purple, etc), then the back of James (son of Zebedee), John (son of Zebedee), an unnamed man in brown turban, Jesus (in blue outer robe), Simon/Peter (in pale outer robe, talking to Jesus, various other people in the crowd.
This scene shows Jesus, his disciples & the crowd moving off up the shoreline, with the woman suffering from bleeding near the back of the crowd. She is the woman holding her middle with both hands.
This scene uses the same background, boat & two fishermen from the previous scene. The shore is littered with Basalt, a heavy, dark igneous rock, rounded by wave action. This scene uses the same background as Scene 01 in this series.