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  • Dorothea Curry

    Boat to Avalon - I don't know who the artist is - beautiful.

  • Michelle K. DeCosta

    White Lady by Silvia Fusetti (cover art for the German edition of "Yseult: A Tale of Love in the Age of King Arthur" by Ruth Nestvold)

  • Lisa Lunce

    THE LADY OF THE LAKE (The Legend of King Arthur)

  • lorna anaford

    Boat to Avalon - Journey Over Water : She is going to Avalon, the island in the mists..... it no longer exists in this world, but in the Astral Plane..... This lady was a Priestress, commanding the boad by magic.

  • Susan Silva

    Boat to Avalon - Journey Over Water .... fantasy art ... fairytale art

  • Jana Perskie

    "I am your fairy tale. Your dream. Your wishes and desires, and I am your thirst and your hunger and your food and your drink." ~ Klaus Kinski ~

  • Nellie of Sweden

    Boat to Avalon - Journey Over Water Avalon, part of Arthurian legend, was, according to the Myths Encyclopedia, "an earthly paradise where eternal spring, health, and Harmony reigned under the rule of enchantress Morgan Le Fay & her 8 sisters, all healers." The mortally wounded King Arthur was taken there (by boat) & healed and where he'll remain until Britain once again needs him.

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Boat to Avalon - Journey Over Water - Avalon, part of Arthurian legend, was, according to the Myths Encyclopedia, "an earthly paradise where eternal spring, health, and Harmony reigned under the rule of enchantress Morgan Le Fay & her 8 sisters, all healers." The mortally wounded King Arthur was taken there (by boat) & healed and where he'll remain until Britain once again needs him.

Beautiful

Vivianne "The Lady of the Lake" ... that's my full Yorkie baby girl's official name.. Love the Mists of Avalon

Mists of Avalon by Douglas Beekman

"Family? Friends?" "They're all dead." "Then why are you here? You don't have anything to fight for!" "I'm fighting so that no one else will have to go through what I've gone through."

“The most wonderful and the strongest things in the world, you know, are just the things which no one can see.” ~ The Water Babies ~ Charles Kingsley ~ 1863

  • Vivienne Garforth

    OMG! I had this book! I recognised it as soon as I saw the cover, thanks for the trip back in time to the late 1940s or maybe the very early 1950s!! I remember that each page had holes cut out that you could see the next pages through. Such a thrill to see it again........

Wonil Suh - the child in the water (mixed media, Giclée print)

Sometimes, opposites do attract… They compliment each other and give a precious balance, while still being different and exciting. ~Charlotte (PixieWinksAndFairyWhispers)

vintage fairy { via } Celeste's Flickr

...and the spirit moved upon the face of the waters by Stephen's PhotoArt, via Flickr