boneworx73:

My Elven Kingdom - rusticmeetsvintage: Witches Brew- Noel Barnhurst… | via Tumblr on We Heart It
http://weheartit.com/entry/80921019/via/ElixirOfLife

ynysmon:

Celtic violin

via Ancient Celts

crisolyn-uendelig:

Ogham runes.

requiem-fields:

Ceridwen by UnripeHamadryad

“Ceridwen”, watercolour painting on commission.

Ceridwen is the shapeshifting Celtic goddess of knowledge, transformation and rebirth. The Awen, cauldron of poetic inspiration, is one of her main symbols.
In one part of the Mabinogion, which is the cycle of myths found in Welsh legend, Cerridwen brews up a potion in her magical cauldron to give to her son Afagddu (Morfran). She puts young Gwion in charge of guarding the cauldron, but three drops of the brew fall upon his finger, blessing him with the knowledge held within. Cerridwen pursues Gwion through a cycle of seasons until, in the form of a hen, she swallows Gwion, disguised as an ear of corn. Nine months later, she gives birth to Taliesen, the greatest of all the Welsh poets.

onlytreesandme:

Jenny Evans van der Harten

(Source: may-eleven)

we-dont-speak-human:

Omnia @Gamescom 2013


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©coenb@xs4all.nl / Coen Bastiaanssen