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The Middle-Earth aesthetic | Thranduil The Elv…

The Middle-Earth
aesthetic | Thranduil The Elvenking |
The War of The Jewels

‘It is precious to you
beyond measure, I understand that. The gems in the Mountain that I, too,
desire… White gems, of pure starlight.’

The Middle-Earth aesthetic | The Elven aesthet…

The Middle-Earth aesthetic | The Elven aesthetics

The Middle-Earth aesthetic | W i n t e r | Riv…

The Middle-Earth aesthetic | W i n t e r | Rivendell

The Middle-Earth aesthetic | W i n t e r | Bag…

The Middle-Earth aesthetic | W i n t e r | Bag End, Hobbiton

It is a winter’s tale
That the snow blind twilight ferries over the lakes
And floating fields from the farm in the cup of the vales,
Gliding windless through the hand folded flakes,
The pale breath of cattle at the stealthy sail,

And the stars falling cold,
And the smell of hay in the snow, and the far owl
Warning among the folds, and the frozen hold
Flocked with the sheep white smoke of the farm house cowl
In the river wended vales where the tale was told.

(A Winter’s Tale by Dylan Thomas)

The Middle-Earth aesthetic | O r o p h e r | T…

The Middle-Earth aesthetic | O r o p h e r | The Sindarin King of the Silvan Elves


In the Battle of Dagorlad,
Oropher’s company fought valiantly but he was slain with the greater
part of his people when he, with King Amdír and his warriors, called an
early charge upon the enemy, without orders from the Noldorin High-King
Gil-galad. After Sauron was defeated, Thranduil, Oropher’s son and heir,
returned to Eryn Galen with the shattered remnants of the formerly
grand army of his people, back north.

The Middle-Earth aesthetic | Arwen Undomiel &…

The Middle-Earth aesthetic | Arwen Undomiel

“… there sat a lady fair to look upon… and the light of stars was in her bright eyes, grey as a cloudless night..”

The Middle-Earth aesthetic | W i n t e r  | …

The Middle-Earth aesthetic |
W i n t e r  |

The fairy tales of Mirkwood

When winter comes, the winter wild
that hill and wood shall slay;
When trees shall fall and starless night
devour the sunless day;
I’ll look for thee, and call to thee;
I’ll come to thee again!


the magic Elvenking by Candra: (x)(x)

The Middle-Earth aesthetic | W i n t e r | …

The Middle-Earth aesthetic | W i n t e r |

When
winter comes, the winter wild
that hill and wood shall slay;
When trees shall fall and starless night
devour the sunless day..

The Middle-Earth aesthetic | C e l e b o r n |…

The Middle-Earth aesthetic | C e l e b o r n |
Prince of Doriath

Celeborn was a Prince of Doriath and a kinsman of Thingol, the King of Doriath. Celeborn was said to be the grandson of Thingol’s brother Elmo. Celeborn’s father was Galadhon and he had a brother named Galathil.

The name Celeborn means “Silver tree”, from the Sindarin words celeb (“silver”) and orn (“tree”). His original name was Teleporno, a Telerin name which means “Silver-high”, from Quenyan tyelpe (“silver”).

The Middle-Earth aesthetic | W i n t e r | The…

The Middle-Earth aesthetic | W i n t e r | The Shire

Happy winter!