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sundxwn: Patagonian Rhapsody by Artur…



Patagonian Rhapsody by Artur Stanisz

Looks like sunset in the Grey Havens.

Reblogging this as a start to my little project to catalogue beautiful imagery that evokes Middle-earth for me.

This does look like it could be sunset in the outskirts of the Havens because of its location on the shores of the Gulf of Lhûn.

(Side note: All the pain of the test posts, and my cross-posting OCD was in aid of this project)



Patagonian Rhapsody by Artur…

Reader: The Silmarillion. Of the Rings of Power and the Third Age

Reader deep thought: The wrap-up! The end of the First Age saw the beginning of the Elven exodus, the Second marked the Downfall of Númenór. And here unveiled are the aftermath the Downfall, interwoven with the tale of how and why Sauron kept it up in Middle-earth after Morgoth’s done for, geology shakeup, and cliff-notes for the Third Age galore. Yes, including the entirety for Gollum’s being, Precious. Though, what is it with crafty Noldor and objects of great allure that must involve W.A.R. at some point?
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