Middle Earth. I have to admit, Isengard is my favourite because it reminds me of Legolas' remix!

The Middle Earth.

Middle Earth Elven realms are the best looking Though I love a rocking Boromir in Osgiliath Lord of The Rings The Hobbit

Map of Middle Earth from "The Lord of the Rings"

Map of Middle Earth from “The Lord of the Rings”

This is wallpaper rendition of J.R Tolkien's Middle Earth, the fantasy setting for The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings.HD Wallpaper and background photos of Map of Middle Earth for fans of Lord of the Rings images.

The Wizards of Middle-earth - J.R.R. Tolkien Mythology                                                                                                                                                      Mehr

The Wizards of Middle-earth - J.R.R. Tolkien Mythology

"The Wizards of Middle-earth - J. Tolkien Mythology" Gotta look up the accuracy, but really cool!

This is great for a LOTR nerd like me, but I just realized...GLAMDRING is quite a glamorous name for a sword. A reminder that they've been glamming it up way back then. @p-chy O

Middle Earth Swords

Lothlórien was a forest located next to the lower Misty Mountains. It was first settled by Nandorin elves, but later enriched by Ñoldor and Sindar, under Celeborn of Doriath and Galadriel, daughter of Finarfin. It was located on the River Celebrant, southeast of Khazad-dûm, and was the only place where the golden Mallorn trees grew. Galadriel's magic, later revealed as the power of her Ring Nenya, enriched the land and made it a magic forest into which evil could not enter without...

Lothlórien

Lothlorien concept art from Tolkien's Lord of the Rings. It has so much detail and delicate sections.

I have to say, if Smaug is that big, I would not want to meet any of those other dragons! ( you should read children of hurin, it has glaurung in it)

So Ancalagon is really a colossal dragon :o And.(dammit, I saw that coming xD) that makes Glaurung the armoured dragon. Lord of the Dragons. Attack on Dragons

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