Like father, like son


Same Bilbo. Same.

Thorin will get used to it.

going along with the Bagginshield headcanon:

 said: Bilbo is a wild sleeper and Thorin has to literally hold him to his side to keep him from squirming around and potentially falling off the bed. Bilbo talks in his sleep too.

thranduil and legolas fabulously twirling their swords (◡‿◡✿)

Anonymous asked: I'm sad to see you go on a hiatus but i hope you'll be ok. I'll miss you tons on my dash though but yeah, I hope everything will be all right for you! Hugs and kisses! <3

Thank you love <3 I’ll be fine, I just feel very unproductive due to all the time spent on this website which stresses me out.  And don’t worry, I’ll most likely be back in a few days, I can never stay away from tumblr for very long haha

Going on hiatus

I don’t know when I’ll be back. I waste too much time on this website and it stresses me out.  I have a queue set up for my Sansa sideblog (not this one though, sorry). Please don’t unfollow, I’ll be back sometime, I just don’t know when


Big-atures: Rivendell

"One of the wonderful treats that came as a by-product to the building of Rivendell was that - while we were building it - Alan Lee was so… attached to this miniature that he’d come down regularly and work on it - with us.” - Richard Taylor



Even as Frodo spoke he felt a great malice bent upon him, and a deadly regard considering him. Not far down the tunnel, between them and the opening where they had reeled and stumbled, he was aware of eyes growing visible, two great clusters of many-windowed eyes - the coming menace was unmasked at last.

lotr read-along bingo (week fourteen prompt: shelob)

❝ It is not that Tolkien seems to have ‘believed in’ elves exactly, in the sense that Peter Pan means when he asks us to clap our hands. It is more that he seems to have loved the idea of them so much that he wanted to talk about them all the time, as if by talking about them, he could almost bring them into existence. Like a teenager with a crush on someone, like a sentimentalist with a grand ideal. ❞
—   Jenny Turner, 'Reasons for Liking Tolkien' (via insomnius)   —

Book Quotes: - Best of Hermione Granger


Well that’s the good part, I guess. You get to go find a new dream.