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  • Elizabeth Bartley

    Woman with tree branch type headdress - fairytale fantasy ~ Anna Morozova ~ Photography

  • Francesca Marchegiano

    Fairy-tale, dark queen.

  • Linda Dreams

    forest queen

  • Kimberly Nicole

    branch crown - good idea for some kind of queen of the fairies... she would have a crown almost as tall as she is, thus doubling her height.

  • Stacy Kuchlbauer

    Idun is the Norse Goddess of eternal youth. She is the keeper of the golden apples of immortality. When the Gods felt themselves aging, they would go to Idun for one of her apples, which restored their youth and vitality. Idun was once kidnapped by the storm God Thiazi. Without Idun’s apples, the Gods began to age. They threatened Loki with torture until he agreed to rescue her. The Gods were soon restored to their youthful selves. [Anna Morozova]

  • Tammy Hughes

    apple tree crown - Anna Morozova

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