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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

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morethanphotography:fumée de mer – Sea smoke by ylacaille The…

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fumée de mer – Sea smoke by ylacaille

The sun was still close to the eastern edge of things. The morning was cool, and mists were in the valleys and hollows and twined here and there about the peaks and pinnacles of the hills.
– The Hobbit, Chapter 7 Queer Lodgings

morethanphotography:fumée de mer – Sea smoke by ylacaille

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The hobbits turned back. The voices of the Ents were still…

The hobbits turned back. The voices of the Ents were still rising and falling in their conclave. The sun had now risen high enough to look over the high hedge: it gleamed on the tops of the birches and lit the northward side of the dingle with a cool yellow light. There they saw a little glittering fountain. They walked along the rim of the great bowl at the feet of the evergreens – it was pleasant to feel cool grass about their toes again, and not to be in a hurry – and then they climbed down to the gushing water.
– The Lord of the Rings, Volume Two: The Two Towers, Book Three: The Treason Of Isengard, Chapter 4: Treebeard

The hobbits turned back. The voices of the Ents were still…

ponderation:The green and red valley by Iñaki LarreaBetween the…

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The green and red valley by Iñaki Larrea

Between the arms of Gelion was the ward of Maglor, and here in one place the hills failed altogether; there it was that the Orcs came into East Beleriand before the Third Battle.
– The Silmarillion, Quenta Silmarillion Chapter XIV Of Beleriand and its Realms 

ponderation:The green and red valley by Iñaki LarreaBetween the…

morethanphotography:Archipelago by borisss1982 It is probable…

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Archipelago by borisss1982

It is probable that the craft of building, as many other crafts beside, was derived from the Dúnedain. But the Hobbits may have learned it direct from the Elves, the teachers of Men in their youth. For the Elves of the High Kindred had not yet forsaken Middle-earth, and they dwelt still at that time at the Grey Havens away to the west, and in other places within reach of the Shire. Three Elf-towers of immemorial age were still to be seen on the Tower Hills beyond the western marches. They shone far off in the moonlight. The tallest was furthest away, standing alone upon a green mound.
– The Lord of the Rings, Prologue

morethanphotography:Archipelago by borisss1982

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sitoutside:BROTHERS GRIMM’S WANDERINGS They would soon now be…

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BROTHERS GRIMM'S WANDERINGS


They would soon now be going forward into lands wholly strange to them, and beyond all but the most vague and distant legends of the Shire, and in the gathering twilight they longed for home.
– The Lord of the Rings, Volume One: The Fellowship of the Ring, Book One: The Ring Sets Out, Chapter 8 Fog on the Barrow-downs

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morethanphotography:Aries pool by JakeAnderson Suddenly the…

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Aries pool by JakeAnderson

Suddenly the cliff fell away. The shores sank. The trees ended. Then Bilbo saw a sight:
The lands opened wide about him, filled with the waters of the river which broke up and wandered in a hundred winding courses, or halted in marshes and pools dotted with isles on every side; but still a strong water flowed on steadily through the midst.

– The Hobbit Chapter 10 A Warm Welcome

morethanphotography:Aries pool by JakeAnderson

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wavemotions:Night Sky Glory by Alan Crosthwaite on 500pxIt is…

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Night Sky Glory by Alan Crosthwaite on 500px

It is told that even as Varda ended her labours, and they were long, when first Menelmacar strode up the sky and the blue fire of Helluin flickered in the mists above the borders of the world, in that hour the Children of the Earth awoke, the Firstborn of Ilúvatar. By the starlit mere of Cuiviénen, Water of Awakening, they rose from the sleep of Ilúvatar; and while they dwelt yet
silent by Cuiviénen their eyes beheld first of all things the stars of heaven. Therefore they have ever loved the starlight, and have revered Varda Elentári above all the Valar.

– The Silmarillion. Quenta Silmarillion Chapter III Of the Coming of the Elves and the Captivity of Melkor 

wavemotions:Night Sky Glory by Alan Crosthwaite on 500pxIt is…