I d r i l Celebrindal, daughter of Turgon and Elenwë, wife of Tuor, and mother of Eärendil the Mariner. When Tuor, son of Huor, arrived in Gondolin, Idril fell in love with him. Because Turgon had grown to love Tuor as a son, he allowed Idril and Tuor to wed, thus bringing about the second union of Men and Elves, after Beren and Lúthien.
Being far-sighted she sensed danger and she encouraged Tuor to prepare a secret passage under the city so that if the city was attacked survivors could safely escape. After the Fall of Gondolin, Idril and Tuor became leaders of the exiles at the Mouths of Sirion.

I d r i l Celebrindal, daughter of Turgon and Elenwë, wife of Tuor, and mother of Eärendil the Mariner. When Tuor, son of Huor, arrived in Gondolin, Idril fell in love with him. Because Turgon had grown to love Tuor as a son, he allowed Idril and Tuor to wed, thus bringing about the second union of Men and Elves, after Beren and Lúthien.

Being far-sighted she sensed danger and she encouraged Tuor to prepare a secret passage under the city so that if the city was attacked survivors could safely escape. After the Fall of Gondolin, Idril and Tuor became leaders of the exiles at the Mouths of Sirion.

(Source: areddhels, via tolkienreadalong)

johannesviii:

Small watercolor paintings based on screencaps from the Doctor Who episode Listen (Series 8, episode 4).

I loved this episode. Very atmospheric at times. And the fact that we’ll probably never know if there was a real monster or not makes it even better… in my opinion, at least.

  • Maybe he wrote that himself. Maybe the TARDIS wrote it. Maybe there is an invisible passenger. Not knowing is far more entertaining.
  • "There’s nothing to hear. There’s nothing anywhere. Not a breath, not a slither, not a click or a tick. All the clocks have stopped. This is the silence at the end of time."
  • Clara sees you in your bed and eats you when you’re sleeping :D

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ornamentedbeing:

Found this on Pinterest with no source: Egyptian Harem women at a dressmaker’s shop. photo by Ch. Chusseau-Flaviens
I love this photo, does anyone have the source by any chance?

ornamentedbeing:

Found this on Pinterest with no source: Egyptian Harem women at a dressmaker’s shop. photo by Ch. Chusseau-Flaviens

I love this photo, does anyone have the source by any chance?

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