DoS scenery part 1 out of ?

Then Huor spoke and said: “Yet if it stands but a little while, then out of your house shall come the hope of Elves and Men. This I say to you, lord, with the eyes of death: though we part here for ever, and I shall not look on your white walls again, from you and from me a new star shall arise. Farewell!”

{inspiration}

thranduil & legolas + mood board

They were so deep in the doings of the Four Farthings that they did not notice the arrival of a man clad in dark green cloth. For many minutes he stood looking down at them with a smile. Suddenly Bilbo looked up. ‘Ah, there you are at last, Dúnadan!’ he cried. `Strider!’ said Frodo. `You seem to have a lot of names.’

Will you follow me, one last time?

lotr meme | 6 places » Mordor [6/6]

It was a globe with a thousand facets; it shone like silver in the firelight, like water in the sun, like snow under the stars, like rain upon the Moon!

remusjohnslupin:

The Bëorians were noted as being very akin to the Ñoldor in their appearance; with dark hair, grey eyes and stout build and many of those descended from Bëorian stock (or part Bëorian) had these traits. Furthermore, the majority of the Elendili were those of Bëorian descent. This is because the majority of the Beorians were settled in the West of Numenor, which later became the area controlled by the Faithful Lords of Andúnië. Evidence of this can be seen in Aragorn II’s physical description: lean, dark and tall, witha shaggy head of dark hair flecked with grey, and in a pale stern face a pair of keen grey eyes.

(Ioan Gruffudd as Bëor, Lena Headey as Morwen, Ben Barnes as Beren, Rachel Weisz as Andreth)

'Of the twelve companions of Thorin, ten remained. Fili and Kili had fallen defending him with shield and body, for he was their mother’s elder brother.’

beasts and creatures of middle-earth 

Favorite Female Characters [2/10] → Arwen Undómiel (Lord of The Rings)

It’s a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don’t keep your feet, there’s no knowing where you might be swept off to.”