@6 months ago with 383 notes
#maedhros #silmarillion 
mononica:

((((
@6 months ago with 768 notes
#oh god #silmarillion 

goodbyewindowstiredstarlings:

kyrafic:

Fictitious Dishes, Famous Meals From Literature by Dinah Frie

THIS IS SO COOL.

Guess my favorite.

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@6 months ago with 177966 notes
atarinke:

As I had no time to draw anything finished, some sketches again.Nerdanel with Curufin`s wife. I think I`ll draw both of them more properly someday.

atarinke:

As I had no time to draw anything finished, some sketches again.
Nerdanel with Curufin`s wife. I think I`ll draw both of them more properly someday.

@9 months ago with 399 notes
#Nerdanel #silmarillion #The Silmarillion #J.R.R. Tolkien 

lee-pacesky:

Thranduil + Profile

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@9 months ago with 1907 notes

lauren-draws-things:

Haldir the Showoff.

Bonus: “Of the hobbits Pippin proved the best for he was sure-footed, and he walked over quickly, holding only with one hand”

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@9 months ago with 283 notes
#j.r.r. tolkien 
anobservantmermaid:

Pearl formation in mollusks is actually a sort of defense mechanism. Pearls are formed when a bit of sand, grit, or any foreign object makes its way between a mollusk’s mantle and shell. The clam recognizes the object as an irritant and coats it in layers of nacre (what the inside, pearlescent part of clam shells are made out of), making a larger, but less rough and prettier version of the intrusive object.
The round pearls you see used in jewelry are cultured by humans inserting small, perfectly round objects into a certain species of freshwater oysters to make them produce perfectly spheroid pearls. It’s essentially an art of perpetually annoying the oysters to have them produce beautiful things.
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anobservantmermaid:

Pearl formation in mollusks is actually a sort of defense mechanism. Pearls are formed when a bit of sand, grit, or any foreign object makes its way between a mollusk’s mantle and shell. The clam recognizes the object as an irritant and coats it in layers of nacre (what the inside, pearlescent part of clam shells are made out of), making a larger, but less rough and prettier version of the intrusive object.

The round pearls you see used in jewelry are cultured by humans inserting small, perfectly round objects into a certain species of freshwater oysters to make them produce perfectly spheroid pearls. It’s essentially an art of perpetually annoying the oysters to have them produce beautiful things.

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@10 months ago with 1800 notes
#pearls #avarin oc 
markedasinfernal:

Fëanor’s speech in Tirion -  he makes a good argument, damn it…
To Middle-earth, by eilian

markedasinfernal:

Fëanor’s speech in Tirion -  he makes a good argument, damn it…

To Middle-earth, by eilian

@10 months ago with 119 notes
#fëanor #elf rights 
mariaveresk:

"Eöl”
by Eltendo

mariaveresk:

"Eöl

by Eltendo

@6 months ago with 6 notes
#eol #silmarillion 

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@6 months ago with 424854 notes
distractedbyshinyobjects:


Miss Frizzle and Mary Poppins, Lady Time Lords.
I ship it to the moon.

The Teacher and The Nanny. The Magic School Bus is a TARDIS, and Mary’s bag is bigger on the inside. No one will ever convince me that this is not true. Oh, and I ship it.

distractedbyshinyobjects:

Miss Frizzle and Mary Poppins, Lady Time Lords.

I ship it to the moon.

The Teacher and The Nanny. The Magic School Bus is a TARDIS, and Mary’s bag is bigger on the inside. No one will ever convince me that this is not true. Oh, and I ship it.

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@9 months ago with 76261 notes
croclock:

for Syrisa: Míriel and Fëanor

croclock:

for Syrisa: Míriel and Fëanor

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@9 months ago with 95 notes
#j.r.r. tolkien #Fëanáro #míriel #The Silmarillion #silmarillion 

izumoharuki:

( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) so you like this ship that i like too

( ͡o ͜ʖ ͡o) let me tell you my

( ͡O ͜ʖ ͡O) SAD HEADCANONS

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@9 months ago with 62429 notes
#oh man 

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@10 months ago with 53 notes
#la reine margot #isabelle adjani #the most beautiful woman 
gerwell:

Mandos.

gerwell:

Mandos.

@10 months ago with 853 notes
#The Silmarillion #mandos #J.R.R. Tolkien