Ses ailes de géant l'empêchent de marcher.

My treasure chest of dreams and wild things. None of these pictures are mine, unless otherwise specified.

wintherharlekin:

Scandinavian folklore (special focus on Norway)

Pictures:
Nøkken, Valemon, and Draugen by Theodor Kittelsen
Dragon, Huldra, Trolls, Elves, (first picture), by John Bauer
Fossegrimen by http://birgitte-gustavsen.deviantart.com/art/Fossegrimen-160045627
Kraken by Bob Eggleton

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manchannel:

Australian Kelpie

manchannel:

Australian Kelpie

spoookyscary:

by David Muench 

spoookyscary:

by David Muench 

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willanimateforwine:

lack of posting explained: swallowed by computerless wilderness. My bed’s still rocking when I go to sleep.

willanimateforwine:

lack of posting explained: swallowed by computerless wilderness. My bed’s still rocking when I go to sleep.

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Ben Howard
“Depth Over Distance”

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Because She could,
She cleaved the Dark into a thousand pieces,
gathered what She could in Her arms
and smuggled the Dark into Herself.

The Dark goes marauding,
gathering Himself as he goes.

tj jarrett, ruin

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Hu Jundi aka  Hu Jun Di aka Hu Yong (Chinese, b. 1962, Juilin Province, China) - One Girl or (The Story of a Girl and a Crane)

Hu Jundi aka  Hu Jun Di aka Hu Yong (Chinese, b. 1962, Juilin Province, China) - One Girl or (The Story of a Girl and a Crane)

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My words, written down, mean so much more than they ever would tripping and stumbling clumsy out of my mouth; searching for a kind ear. Written down they can just be. They can rest and eventually be found by someone who has been searching for them.

 Mistaken Impressions (via w-orry)

victoriousvocabulary:

BRINE

[noun]

1. water saturated or strongly impregnated with salt.

2. a salt and water solution for pickling.

3. the sea or ocean.

4. the water of the sea.

5. Chemistry: any saline solution.

[verb]

6. to treat with or steep in brine.

Etymology: Middle English; Old English brȳne; cognate with Dutch brijn.

[Zaria Forman]

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