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mirkokosmos: “The Lord of the Rings - The Return of the King, 2003 Peter Jackson / J.

"Tolkien confessed that 1/3rd of the way through The Fellowship of the Ring some ruffian named Strider confronted the hobbits in an inn, & Tolkien was in despair. He didn’t know who Strider was, where the book was going, or what to write next. Strider turns out to be no lesser person than Aragorn, the unrecognized & uncrowned king of all the forces of good, whose restoration to rule is, along with the destruction of the evil ring, the engine that moves the plot of the whole massive trilogy."

Tolkien has confessed that about a third of the way through The Fellowship of the Ring, some ruffian named Strider confronted the hobbits in an inn, and Tolkien was in despair.

Rivendell by Tolkien

Rivendell by J. Tolkien, one of his illustrations for his book, The Hobbit.

Half of the things I've heard about Viggo Mortensen from the set of LOTR gives him 300 Respect-o-points!

Part two, for all you Tolkien fans!

Behind-the-scene facts you may or may not have known about The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. And THAT was the most expensive coffee spree in the history of the world!

Middle Earth vs Romania

Middle Earth vs Romania

Awesome location similarities And another reason why Romania is awesome

“But what about that shadowy place over there?”     “That’s Mordor, Bilbo. One does not simply walk there.” // This is beyond perfect!!

“But what about that shadowy place over there?” “That’s Mordor, Bilbo. One does not simply walk there.” ~That caption.

Melkor Was Here

"Never before have we clad strangers in the garb of our own people. May these cloaks help shield you from unfriendly eyes." -Receiving the Elven gifts in Lothlorien.

"We seldom use any tongue but our own; for we dwell now in the heart of the forest, and do not willingly have dealings with any other folk. Even our own kindred in the North are sundered from us." The Teleri of Eglador, the northlands, and the Falas were collectively known as the Sindar, or Grey Elves, in later days, because they developed a civilisation all its own, which almost equalled that of the Calaquendi or Light Elves of Valinor. They are sometimes referred to as Elves of the…

The elves of Lothlorien. We seldom use any tongue but our own; for we dwell now in the heart of the forest, and do not willingly have dealings with any other folk.

Bilbo by MariusBota

About time to do him as well, took me the same time like the others Bilbo