Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at http://www.etsy.com/listing/106072006/the-stag-and-dementor-cross-stitch

Not this design specifically, but I like the idea of a tattoo with a picture inside the negative space of another picture. Probably would want a raven in black, with a wolf within it

37 Simply Great Photos That Will Make You Smile. Or Make You Look Twice.

37 Simply Great Photos That Will Make You Smile. Or Make You Look Twice.

James and Lily - The Doe & The Stag. Both killed by voldemort creating a very unusual childhood for Harry.

The Doe & The Stag {James Potter & Lily Evans}

Page 2 Read Chapter One - The Head Boy from the story The Doe & The Stag {James Potter & Lily Evans} by This_Chick (Stephanie Grace) with reads. jily, m.

{Trivia}: Ancient fairy tales have long used white stags as mystical guides for the story's heroes. My Storybook Land board features many lavish illustrations from such a tale, which is ironically called, The White Stag.

{Trivia}: Ancient fairy tales have long used white stags as mystical guides for the story's heroes. My Storybook Land board features many lavish illustrations from such a tale, which is ironically called, The White Stag.

Sigil of the Stag“Symbol of the solitary wanderer – the Hermit, the Hanged Man – whose path transcends. The Stag holds the keys to the Gates and it walks in worlds innumerable. It follows the wild path – the crooked path – and beckons for you to...

qedavathegrey: “Sigil of the Stag“Symbol of the solitary wanderer – the Hermit, the Hanged Man – whose path transcends. The Stag holds the keys to the Gates and it walks in worlds innumerable.

For the ancient Celts, the white hart was a harbinger of doom, a living symbol that some taboo has been transgressed or a moral law broken.  The white hart's reputation improved in Arthurian legends, where its appearance was a sign to Arthur and his knights that it was time to embark on a quest - it was considered the one animal that could never be caught so it came to symbolise humanity's never-ending pursuit of knowledge and the unattainable.

claudialala: “ For the ancient Celts, the white hart was a harbinger of doom, a living symbol that some taboo has been transgressed or a moral law broken. The white hart’s reputation improved in.

Cold mist by Félix Morlán González This is an incredible picture.

xglan: Cold mist by Félix Morlán González (Vintage Home)

The red deer

The red deer

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