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Nienor by ekukanova on dA....illustration for the Children of Hurin by Tolkien

☆ Nienor: Illustration for the Children of Hurin by Tolkien :¦: Artist Elena Kukanova ☆

Barad-dûr, the “Dark Tower” - J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth -Lord of the Rings / The Silmarillion | Sauron, the Dark Lord, ruled Mordor from Barad-dûr; the greatest fortress ever built since the fall of Angband, and much of his personal power went into it. The Eye of Sauron kept watch over Middle-earth from its highest tower. It was located in north-west Mordor close to Mount Doom. | Matt Ferguson Lord of the Rings Poster Set

The Matt Ferguson Lord of the Rings Posters set has now been revealed and it'll be on sale from January 15 though 18 to anyone who wants one.

Aredhel lost in Nan Elmoth by Ladyoftheflower on DeviantArt

"Thus it chanced in the waning of the year that Aredhel came to the south of Himlad, and passed over Celon; and before she was aware she was enmesh. Aredhel Lost in Nan Elmoth - fragment

Hildebrandt TLOTR

"Old Man Willow", Lord of the Rings painting by Greg Tim Hildebrandt


Earwen by EKukanova on DeviantArt Earwen, the Swan-maid of Alqualonde

In the Forest Under Night by Matthew Stewart - This is a scene from the tale by J.R.R. Tolkien that appears in both The Silmarillion and in a longer form in The Children of Hurin. Gwindor is a Noldor Elf lord captured in "The Battle of Unnumbered Tears". At this catastrophic defeat Gwindor was kept alive as a slave. He escaped into the forest Taur-nu-Fuin, which means "great forest under night". He lost a hand in his escape, and carries a Feanorian lamp.

In the Forest Under Night signed giclee print by MattStewart

Vanimore and Maglor by Kaprriss.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Vanimore and Maglor. So beautiful couple for so talented Spiced Wine 'Who was he? Vanimore and Maglor

Strongbow and Dragonhelm by ekukanova.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Strongbow and Dragonhelm by EKukanova on DeviantArt - Children of Hurin

Turin with Melian & Thingol in Doriath by Денис Гордеев (Denis Gordeev)

'Get thee gone, and take thy due place!' by =Gold-Seven on deviantART Feanor draws his sword on his half brother Fingolfin.

The Drawing of the Sword - Feanor threatening his half-brother Fingolfin - BEAUTIFUL art works by Jenny Dolfen!

leche y galletas

''What a lot of things you use Good Morning for!" said Gandalf. "Now you mean you want to get rid of me, and it won't be a good morning until after I've gone.

In his letters, Tolkien describes Goldberry as the seasonal changes in nature, and Bombadil as the nature spirit of the English countryside. based on Eurasian myth and cosmology-The Great Goddess who is mother of all things was, before Time existed, the element of water, undifferentiated. The River is the local manifestation of the primal Great Goddess, and Goldberry is her daughter, the spirit of all local waters existing in Time, alive and embodied.

In his letters, Tolkien describes Goldberry as the seasonal changes in nature…

Goldberry by The Brothers Hildebrandt  The River-daughter   her voice was beautiful, “as young and as ancient as spring, like the song of a glad water flowing down into the night from a bright morning in the hills.”

Goldberry by The Brothers Hildebrandt (Goldberry is lucky. Tom Bombadil is the best husband ever. He's always bringing her flowers and singing to tell her how beautiful she is.