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Embark on a journey to discover the breathtaking landscapes of the Westward region. From majestic mountains to stunning coastlines, experience the wonders that await you in the Westward.
By the afternoon they had reached the eaves of Mirkwood, and were resting almost beneath the great overhanging boughs of its outer trees. Their trunks were huge and gnarled, their branches twisted, their leaves were dark and long. Ivy grew on them and trailed along the ground. “Well, here is Mirkwood!” said Gandalf. “The greatest of the forests of the Northern world. I hope you like the look of it."- The Hobbit Westward, Citadel, Caves, Bent, The Rock, Twilight, Greater, Narrow, Meeting

Its [Doriath's] northern and lesser part, the Forest of Neldoreth, was bounded east and south by the dark river Esgalduin, which bent westward in the midst of the land; and between Aros and Esgalduin lay the denser and greater woods of Region. Upon the southern bank of Esgalduin, where it turned westward towards Sirion, were the Caves of Menegroth; and all Doriath lay east of Sirion save for a narrow region of woodland between the meeting of Teiglin and Sirion and the Meres of Twilight. By…

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Celebrate the 1970s - LIFE American Life, American History, American Flag, Native American, Margaret Bourke White, Eugene Smith, Bless The Child, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Time Inc

The following is from the introduction to the special issue, LIFE: A Story of America in 100 Photographs, which is available here. A great photograph tells not one story but many, through what it plainly reveals and what it suggests. And great photographers—like great artists, writers, carpenters, farmers, clergy, all—see beyond the limitations of their ... Read more

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