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Excalibur, not to be confused with the sword in the stone. Arthur got this sword from the Lady of the Lake with Merlin's help. It came after the sword he pulled from the stone and was said to be the mightiest sword ever forged.

Love the Old Fashioned/Fairy Tale Dresses...what can I say I'm a sucker for Books and the pictures they portray

Love Photography, working with special effects on photos Colorful People, Places & Things and Pretty Fantasy, Interacting with people around the world All the Goodstuff! All things Caribbean & Ocean & Beach, Love Seasonal Art & Photos I am the Real.

Lady of the lake, Arthurian Legend: The magical world of Camelot, Merlin, King Aurthur, Guinevere, Lancelot, the Knights of the Round Table, Morgan Le Fay, Avalon...

The Lady of the Lake from the Arthurian legends - Mysterious bearer of the sword Excalibur - Timeless White Queen arising from wintery mists.


(His bow and arrows)Reminds me of lotr :) I love the quiver! And the bow!

Morgan Le Fay is the lady of Avalon, thus placing her castle in Avalon. It has been interpreted as both a mystic island and the real world Glastonbury, but either way it is designated as Arthurs final resting place. Aside from Glastonbury, authors have moved her around from the Castle of Maidens in Edinburgh to the Mediterranean possibly Sicily.  http://www.uiweb.uidaho.edu/ PIC:http://iribel.deviantart.com/art/Avalon-79529785

It's not exactly how I imagine a mythical island of Avalon but pretty close to it. "Avalon is a.

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John Blumen Illustration - My Paladin Trilogy illustrator Lady of the Lake?

Missing you Mom. You took your last breath today and I held your hands until the end. Your with the Angels and flying free, but my heart will always grieve. I love you Mom, xox ♡♡♡

Nyx, goddess of the Night. Nyx stood at or near the beginning of creation, and was the mother of personified gods such as Hypnos (sleep) and Thánatos (death). She is found in the shadows of the world and only ever seen in glimpses.

Merlin and Arthur by William O'Conner. One of the most evocative paintings I'd seen in a while when it showed up on the cover of Kobold Quarterly. It's especially poignant at Christmas.

One of the most fascinating figures in the Welsh mythology and the Arthurian legend is Merlin, the great wizard, prophet and adviser to several kings. 'Merlin and Arthur' by Willian O’Connor. You don't see many paintings of this part of the story.