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morethanphotography:RiverOfLight II by wmoritzer At the head of…

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RiverOfLight II by wmoritzer


At the head of the glen a torrent flowed like a white lace over an endless ladder of short falls, and a mist of foam hung in the air about the mountains’ feet.

‘Yonder is the Dimrill Stair,’ said Aragorn, pointing to the falls.
– The Lord of the Rings, Volume Two: The Two Towers, Book Three: The Treason Of Isengard, Chapter 6 Lothlórien

morethanphotography:RiverOfLight II by wmoritzer

At the head of…

sitoutside:Crimson Crags, Cerro Torre, Patagonia.by …

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Crimson Crags, Cerro Torre, Patagonia.by AndersonImages

‘Yonder stands Barazinbar, the Redhorn, cruel Caradhras…’
– Gimli. The Lord of the Rings, Vol 1: The Fellowship of the Ring, Book 2: The Ring Goes South, Chapter 2: The Ring Goes South

sitoutside:Crimson Crags, Cerro Torre, Patagonia.by …

morethanphotography:in the morning light by teguhsn ‘Yet…

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in the morning light by teguhsn

‘Yet such is oft the course of deeds that move the wheels of the world: small hands do them because they must, while the eyes of the great are elsewhere.’
– Elrond. The Lord of the Rings, Vol I: The Fellowship of the Ring, Book 2: The Ring Goes South. Chapter 2: The Council of Elrond

morethanphotography:in the morning light by teguhsn
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xglan:Segia © There the River flows in stony vales amid high…

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Segia ©

There the River flows in stony vales amid high moors, until at last after many leagues it comes to the tall island of the Tindrock, that we call Tol Brandir. There it casts its arms about the steep shores of the isle….
– Celeborn. The Lord of the Rings, Volume One: The Fellowship of the Ring, Book Two: The Ring Goes South, Chapter 8: Farewell to Lórien

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There the River flows in stony vales amid high…

sitoutside:by Josh Couts As the third day of their voyage wore…

sitoutside:

by Josh Couts

As the third day of their voyage wore on the lands changed slowly: the trees thinned and then failed altogether. On the eastern bank to their left they saw long formless slopes stretching up and away towards the sky; brown and withered they looked, as if fire had passed over them, leaving no living blade of green: an unfriendly waste without even a broken tree or a bold stone to relieve the emptiness. They had come to the Brown Lands that lay, vast and desolate, between Southern Mirkwood and the hills of the Emyn Muil.
– The Lord of the Rings. Vol I: The Fellowship of The Ring, Book 2: The Ring Goes South, Chapter 9: The Great River

sitoutside:by Josh Couts As the third day of their voyage wore…

sublim-ature:Snake River, WyomingDavid Hodge Suddenly the River…

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Snake River, Wyoming
David Hodge

Suddenly the River swept round a bend, and the banks rose upon either side, and the light of Lórien was hidden.
– The Lord of the Rings, Volume One: The Fellowship of the Ring, Book Two: The Ring Goes South, Chapter 8: Farewell to Lórien

sublim-ature:Snake River, WyomingDavid Hodge Suddenly the River…

morethanphotography:Drought by Kandooor They had come to the…

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Drought by Kandooor

They had come to the Brown Lands that lay, vast and desolate, between Southern Mirkwood and the hills of the Emyn Muil. What pestilence or war or evil deed of the Enemy had so blasted all that region even Aragorn could not tell.
– The Lord of the Rings, Volume One: The Fellowship of the Ring, Book Two: The Ring Goes South, Chapter 9: The Great River

morethanphotography:Drought by Kandooor

They had come to the…

ponderation:Indulgence of Beauty by Stefan Hefele They had gone…

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Indulgence of Beauty by Stefan Hefele

They had gone little more than a mile into the forest when they came upon another stream flowing down swiftly from the tree-clad slopes that climbed back westward towards the mountains. They heard it splashing over a fall away among the shadows on their right. Its dark hurrying waters ran across the path before them, and joined the Silverlode in a swirl of dim pools among the roots of trees.

‘Here is Nimrodel!’ said Legolas. ‘Of this stream the Silvan Elves made many songs long ago,and still we sing them in the North, remembering the rainbow on its falls, and the golden flowersthat floated in its foam.

– The Lord of the Rings, Volume One: The Fellowship of the Ring, Book Two: The Ring Goes South, Chapter 6: Lothlórien

ponderation:Indulgence of Beauty by Stefan Hefele They had gone…