Finished strawberry design:)
"[Faramir] was described by Éowyn as being a greater warrior and more honest person than any man of Rohan." [x]
I hope whoever wrote this part of the wikia did it on purpose because all I could think was this
(i think i’m known for kiliel at this point but my forever middle earth otp: these two losers)
"According to the DVD commentaries, an entire set-piece Faramir/Éowyn wedding scene was actually filmed, which Oscar-winning costume designer Ngila Dickson
states features what she feels are the best costumes she produced for
the entire film trilogy. While this scene has been described in the DVD
commentaries and other interviews, it was ultimately cut and not even
included in the Extended Edition, nor have any photos of the scene ever
been made public.” (Wikipedia)
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so this just happened on my dash
Buro festival, Mali National Geographic October 1990
‘Then you think that the Darkness is coming?' said Éowyn. 'Darkness Unescapable?' And suddenly she drew close to him.
‘No,' said Faramir, looking at her face. 'It was but a picture in the mind. I do not know what is happening. The reason of my waking mind tells me that great evil has befallen and we stand at the end of days. But my heart says nay; and all my limbs are light, and a hope and joy are come to me that no reason can deny. Éowyn, Éowyn, White Lady of Rohan, in this hour I do not believe that any darkness will endure!' And he stooped and kissed her brow.
When Teachers have the last laugh
Imagine a Hall Monitor tearing that corridor pass and saying “One does not simply walk into Mordor”
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the rawness up close ➝ krikor jabotian s/s 2014
Christmas with Kraftwerk