magical forest White albino deer with white antlers, horns, and black crow, raven bird,

"Sleipnir is the horse Odin rides and is the child of Loki and Svaðilfari; is described as the best of all horses, and is sometimes ridden to the location of Hel"

Artist: Unknown - Title: Unknown - Card: Skydreaming Fleet Horse (Sorcery) ♥ I rarely succeed in finding an artist for cards. Shame really, I'd love for them to get as much credit as any other fantasy artist.

The Morrigan

Not explicitly Norse but the Celtic chooser of the slain? Sounds like a Valkyrie to me.The Morrigan - Shape-shifting Celtic goddess of War, Fate and Death. Story in "The GODDESSES / Psychology of Female Power"

Fae

Agile, beautiful and spirited, pink-eyed and silver-skinned, the Faerie of…

Dragon Spirit

Dragon Spirit this is one of my favorite images I've ever seen! I wanna be her, know how to use swords with a dragon at my back.

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I'm making a lace/fleece black winter coat for this year. After that one dies though I want to make a red winter coat like this

Amphitrite by DavidGaillet on DeviantArt

Amphitrite by DavidGaillet on DeviantArt ~ In ancient Greek mythology, Amphitrite was a sea-goddess and wife of Poseidon. In Roman mythology her counterpart is Salacia the goddess of saltwater and the consort of Neptune.

spell Merune by phoenixlu

spell Merune by phoenixlu on DeviantArt They have webbing between their arms and their body, as well as between their fingers. They all have two split tails.

ish fairy tales and folklore are populated with a wonderful collection of magical creatures and supernatural beings. Leprechauns are so famous they can sell breakfast cereal, and many people have heard the legend of the Banshee - but what about the rest? From the shapeshifting selkies to the mischevious pookas , and from the lonely giants to the terrifying dullahan , these fascinating characters of Irish folklore deserve to be remembered and shared with future generations around the world.

Forgotten Fairies of Irish Folklore

ish fairy tales and folklore are populated with a wonderful collection of magical creatures and supernatural beings. Leprechauns are so famous they can sell breakfast cereal, and many people have heard the legend of the Banshee - but what about the rest? From the shapeshifting selkies to the mischevious pookas , and from the lonely giants to the terrifying dullahan , these fascinating characters of Irish folklore deserve to be remembered and shared with future generations around the world.

Annes Stokes

- Soul Mates Maiden and Dragon Medieval Greeting Card - Blank Inside. - Features a Dragon symbol sketched on the inside flap. - Beautiful Artwork by UK Fantasy Artist Anne Stokes. - Printed in the Uni

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