Energy . Every action has a reaction. Forces result from interactions .  Good energy is Work. But it's the only thing, that Leads me, in a World of the Unknown. Energy, Materializes oneself always. Good or bad. Sooner or later. It comes back. Good energy is paying off . It is the key for happiness

Energy . Every action has a reaction. Forces result from interactions . Good energy is Work. But it's the only thing, that Leads me, in a World of the Unknown. Energy, Materializes oneself always. Good or bad. Sooner or later. It comes back. Good energy is paying off . It is the key for happiness

banshy: “Goddess of the Sea (Vertical) by Majeed Badizadegan ”

banshy: “Goddess of the Sea (Vertical) by Majeed Badizadegan ”

Marina focused, her palms flat on the ground, and shut her eyes. Alec took a step back into Maddie, who wrapped her arm through his. As Marina began to rise before them, the fog followed suit.

Marina focused, her palms flat on the ground, and shut her eyes. Alec took a step back into Maddie, who wrapped her arm through his. As Marina began to rise before them, the fog followed suit.

Among the tales of sorrow and of ruin that come down to us from the darkness of those days there are yet some in which amid weeping there is joy and under the shadow of death light that endures. And of these histories most fair still in the ears of the Elves is the tale of Beren and Lúthien.             --J.R.R. Tolkien

Among the tales of sorrow and of ruin that come down to us from the darkness of those days there are yet some in which amid weeping there is joy and under the shadow of death light that endures. And of these histories most fair still in the ears of the Elves is the tale of Beren and Lúthien. --J.R.R. Tolkien

German photographer Killian Schoenberger has utilized moody landscape and old stories of his childhood homeland to create a series of photographic illustrations inspired by the fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm. Shot in remote rural areas of Middle Europe dominated by images of haunting fog, gnarled trees and dark homes you hope are abandoned. His exemplary work as a photographer is made even more impressive by the fact that he is colorblind.

German photographer Killian Schoenberger has utilized moody landscape and old stories of his childhood homeland to create a series of photographic illustrations inspired by the fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm. Shot in remote rural areas of Middle Europe dominated by images of haunting fog, gnarled trees and dark homes you hope are abandoned. His exemplary work as a photographer is made even more impressive by the fact that he is colorblind.

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