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But fairer than all the wonders of Gondolin was Idril, Turgon’s daughter, she that was called Celebrindal, the Silver-foot, whose hair was as the gold of Laurelin before the coming of Melkor. ~ The Silmarillion, Chapter 15 (Idril Celebrindal in Gondolin by maiarcita, deviantART)

Idril Celebrindal is a fictional character of The Silmarillion by JRR Tolkien. She was the daughter of King Turgon of Gondolin and Elenwë, the wife. Idril Celebrindal in Gondolin

‘Manwë and Melkor were brethren in the thought of Ilúvatar. The mightiest of those Ainur who came into the World was in his beginning Melkor; but Manwë is dearest to Ilúvatar and understands most clearly his purposes.’ - Valaquenta, The Silmarillion.  Stars and Vastness / Strangest Things, by razimo.deviantart.com

‘Manwë and Melkor were brethren in the thought of Ilúvatar. The mightiest of those Ainur who came into the World was in his beginning Melkor; but Manwë is dearest to Ilúvatar and understands most.

~ The Silmarillion, Of Eldamar and the Princes of the Eldalië. (Artwork: Aredhel Ar-Feiniel, by moon blossom)

Aredhel Ar-Feiniel “Portrait of Aredhel Ar-Feiniel, the noble white lady of the Noldor. loved riding across Valinor and hunting in the deep.

That morning -fragment by ekukanova on DeviantArt

elf-esteem: “ That morning -fragment by ekukanova Aegnor and Andreth - I wish this moment could have lasted forever. They are so happy… Andreth later said, in her conversation with Finrod, that she.

Elwing by EKukanova. Destruction of the Havens of Sirion Illustration for Silmarillion by Tolkien

Irmo Lorien, Master of Visions and Dreams Illustration for Silmarillion by Tolkien watercolor and white gouache on paper, fragment

Idril Celebrindal by jankolas on DeviantArt

Idril Celebrindal The daughter of Turgon, King of Gondolin. Wife of Tuor (man) and Grandmother of Elrond by jankolas Traditional Art / Drawings / jankolas

Finduilas Fading by ebe-kastein - “But in those days the radiance of Finduilas also became dimmed, her footsteps slow and her face grave, and she grew wan and thin.”

Finduilas Fading by ebe-kastein - “But in those days the radiance of Finduilas also became dimmed, her footsteps slow and her face grave, and she grew wan and thin.

Descended from  the last group of Elves  invited to Aman across the Sea, beyond the influence of Sauron, but who never completed the journey, settling in Doriath. After its fall, Oropher chose to remain in Middle Earth and established a Kingdom in Greenwood the Great.

Descended from the last group of Elves invited to Aman across the Sea, beyond…

He saw in her memory winged things. Things made of air and light and wind. Things that he had almost forgotten about.

f Cleric portrait He saw in her memory winged things. Things made of air and light and wind. Things that he had almost forgotten about.

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