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The Legend of the Black Freighter: Lila dreams of being part of a pirates crew. Heck she'll take serving girl if she can get it. But that all changes when she sees the Black Freighter.

Die Schwartzwald, or The Black Forest, Bavaria, Germany as featured in The World’s Scariest Forests

Waldo means lives near or in the woods. Our Waldo name originates to Bavaria area (Black forest of Germany) in the medieval age. There is a Castle Ruin named Waldau from the Medieval Era still here in this Black Forest. Old Mill, Black Forest, Germany

Untitled. This makes me think of Anne of Green Gable when she said that the forest was like a cathedral...

as i walked the forest seemed to grow before me, twisting, conjoining. As i looked up, suddenly the trees before me seemed to appear as arches . a gateway?

Forest maiden, medieval, fantasy "The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper. Yeats Enchanted Woods by Jessica Drossin on

Concept Art

This is the cover art for the second book of " a song of fire and ice" by George R. I tried to depict king's landing small dirty streets,. Tyrion in King's landing

So plan to get an amazing Alice piece. Can get some great inspiration with this ! *Alice in Wonderland - Alice before the Queen of Hearts sinister castle.

Alice

i kinda hope i end up with two daughters and a son because i would have THE MOST FUN at an alice in wonderland photo shoot with them being alice, the queen and the hatter!

Abigail's Garden by EmilySoto.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Hello I'm Princess Romilly of Dermourn. I'm nineteen years old. I can usually be found in the sables with my horse, Moonshine on almost any day.

Everything that is happening now is happening for our ultimate good. There are no victims, no accidents and no coincidences EVER. They simply do not exist in this reality as we only attract what we are part of.

DIY Alice in Wonderland Drink Me Bottles. Step the jar with water step break the glow stick and pour it into the water Step add pink sparkles and DONE!

Illustration by Arthur Rackman: "The Snow Queen" by Hans Christian Andersen - Rackham had a particular love for fairy tales, and he revered those of Hans Christian Andersen to the extent that he thought they had been "so beautifully told that no one yet wished to improve or edit a single word."

'The Snow Queen' - Illustration by Debra McFarlane from 'The Pink Fairy Book', edited by Andrew Lang. Published by The Folio Society Etching and Aquatint

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