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♂ Dream Imagination Surrealism Knocking on heaven’s door by Jie Ma Reminds me of doctor who

Gothic architecture

Destroyed Cathedral Exterior by inetgrafx on deviantART Inspiration for the vampires crypt detailing the defenestration window for the back story

bugmeyer: “ The Gate of Sahaqiel I watched as the clouds poured forth from the mouth of the opening. The sky on the other side leaked through to flow down into the valley below, filling nothing of the infinite void that waited below it. Compared to...

, Peter Mohrbacher : I watched as the clouds poured forth from the mouth of the opening. The sky on the other side leaked through to flow down into the valley below, filling nothing of the infinite void that waited below it. Compared t

El tiempo es algo, que en ocasiones pasa desapercibido ante nosotros y no le damos el valor que merece.   Hay un objeto por excelencia ...

Looks like a combination of Steampunk and work of the artist Salvador Dali. Surrealism and fantasy of the imagination. This image has been created using Photoshop for image manipulation.

Mother Goose goes threw dimensions/ portals in order to get to fairy tale world

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The Window to the beautiful Realm of Magical Fantasy, Fairies, Princesses 👸🏼 and Unicorns 🦄 Step through the door again to the terrifying Realm of Darkness of fire raging Dragons, the terror of Beasts and bad Witches.

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Kidnapped princesses island by cornacchia-art landscape location environment architecture on this is amazing!

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In what world would the front steps of a palace be a natural, shallow pond? What creatures can walk through it without cringing or, well, dying? Perhaps only the merfolk.

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The Dreamscape Symbolism of JOHN STEPHENSFantasy never took on a more literal state than in the dreamscapes designed by John Stephens.

Chefchaouen, a small town in northern Morocco, is most famous for their vivid blue walls in its “old town” sector. The maze-like medina sector features a fusion of Spanish and Moorish architecture. The brilliantly blue walls, however, seem to be unique to Chefchaouen. They are said to have been introduced to the town by Jewish refugees in 1930, who considered blue to symbolize the sky and heaven.

This Old Town In Morocco Is Covered In Blue Paint

Chefchaouen, a small town in northern Morocco, is most famous for their vivid blue walls in its “old town” sector. The maze-like medina sector features a fusion of Spanish and Moorish architecture. The brilliantly blue walls, however, seem to be unique to

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