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J.Won Han (digital art)

She is in the old Titania fairy wings <3 / Photo: A.M.Lorek Photography dimension / Model: Maria Amanda / Dress: Fairy Cave

fancyfairywings: “ Such a stunningly magical image! She is in the old Titania fairy wings

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Rainbow black and cerry tree

Kết quả hình ảnh cho trần hiểu bạch ngọc đường

Kết quả hình ảnh cho trần hiểu bạch ngọc đường

for no other reason than it's beautiful

❀ Flower Maiden Fantasy ❀ beautiful photography of women and flowers -

The Wise Male Empress - Pic of character

although I know little about this sort of thing...it's beauty kinda tugs at my heart...

Butterfly Fairy - Fantasy Wallpaper ID 1712793 - Desktop Nexus Abstract

In Sioux mythology, Whope is the daugher of the Sun Wi (the all-knowing Dakota spirit of the sun) and the moon. She is a goddess of peace and the wife of the south wind. When Whope visited he earth, she gave the Dakota Indians a pipe as a symbol of peace. Later she became the White Buffalo Calf Woman to the Lakota Indians.

MYTHOLOGY MEME: non-greek gods/goddesses WHOPE - In Sioux mythology, Whope is the daugher of the Sun Wi (the all-knowing Dakota spirit of the sun) and the moon. She is a goddess of peace and the.

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artissimo: “clairvoyance 4 by le vuong Sparrow Boxed Set 2 ”

Photograph Untitled by Katerina Plotnikova on 500px

mine mythology norse mythology freyja Mythology Meme mythedit .

Seldana Evenara

Naith Guide by Magali_Villeneuve

Virink - churieq - artwork #576103

Virink artwork from churieq (

Dalnim (달님) is the Korean goddess of the moon. She was originally a girl named Dalsun who climbed to heaven and became the moon. #myth

dalnim (달님) / korean goddess of the moon. originally a girl named dalsun who climbed to heaven and became the moon

Slavic mythology is an inexhaustible source of inspiration, this has been proven again and again by various photographers. This time you will see an amazing work of Marko Stamatović from Serbia.

Serbian Photographer Creates Beautiful Scenes of ‘Slavic Mythology’ Tales That Will Blow You Away – Slavorum

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