House of Fingolfin

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Indis, Idril (half), Elenwë and Amarië of the Vanyar

Indis, Idril (half), Elenwë and Amarië of the Vanyar

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Holiday!

I’m super excited because tomorrow I’ll travel to visit curufinwefeanaro until next Tuesday! *__* (I wanted to mention the location but I still can’t wrap my head around what she said to be Lucca but also not in Lucca???? idk from the way she explained to me it might even be Narnia for all I know, only that it’s somewhere in Italy. Just pick me up from the airport please)

Sooo most probably I won’t be around tumblr much (not that I’ve been around much lately…), but I have some stuff queued up already yeah, I’ll still be littering your dash even when I’m not here.

tolkienianos:

Middle-earth history meme {1/3} elves -  Eärendil

And over Middle-earth he passed
and heard at last the weeping sore
of women and of elven-maids
in Elder Days, in years of yore.
But on him mighty doom was laid,
till Moon should fade, an orbéd star
to pass, and tarry never more
on Hither Shores where mortals are;
for ever still a herald on
an errand that should never rest
to bear his shining lamp afar,
the Flammifer of Westernesse
(x)(x)(x)(x)

             (x)

alackofghosts:

two of my most favourite tolkien ladies - aredhel and idril uwu

alackofghosts:

two of my most favourite tolkien ladies - aredhel and idril uwu

chechula:

Tom Bombadil and Goldberry…
when i´m sad i´m drawing some smiling hobbits…or Tom Bombadil :3

(via niyin)

hweanaro:

Idril stopping Tuor from saving Turgon.

Then said Tuor: “Lo! Idril, it is I, and I live; yet now will I get thy father hence, be it from the Hells of Melko!” With that he would make down the hill alone, maddened by the grief of his wife; but she coming to her wits in a storm of weeping clasped his knees saying: “My lord! My lord!” and delayed him. Yet even as they spake a great noise and a yelling rose from that place of anguish. Behold, the tower leapt into a flame and in a stab of fire it fell, for the dragons crushed the base of it and all who stood there. Great was the clangour of that terrible fall, and therein passed Turgon King of the Gondothlim, and for that hour the victory was to Melko.

Then said Idril heavily: “Sad is the blindness of the wise”; but Tuor said: “Sad too is the stubbornness of those we love — yet ‘twas a valiant fault,” then stooping he lifted and kissed her, for she was more to him than all the Gondothlim; but she wept bitterly for her father.  

(From Book of Lost Tales II)

suluboo:

relationship tip #78: ‘babe’ and ‘baby’ are cliche and outdated. try a fun new nickname such as ‘lieutenant’ instead 

(Source: ofelrond, via tunalga)

frank & claire power couple 

(Source: sexbooksandvacations)

lineargreen:

Whenever I read that Fingon wore his long dark hair in great plaits braided with gold I can’t help wondering where that particular taste in fashion stemmed from. Well, there’s your answer. The Finwean line of Fabulous Hair ^_____^ 
Also, Finwe with an aquiline nose. But I think he rather passed that one on to Finarfin.

lineargreen:

Whenever I read that Fingon wore his long dark hair in great plaits braided with gold I can’t help wondering where that particular taste in fashion stemmed from. Well, there’s your answer. The Finwean line of Fabulous Hair ^_____^ 

Also, Finwe with an aquiline nose. But I think he rather passed that one on to Finarfin.