|Mis amores House and Cameron... |
Fëanor, at the pinnacle of his might, "in the greatest of his achievements, captured the light of the Two Trees to make the three Silmarils, also called the Great Jewels, though they were not mere glittering stones, they were alive, imperishable, and sacred."
Even the Valar, including Aulë, could not copy them. In fact, Fëanor himself could not copy them, as part of his essence went into their making. Their worth, in Tolkien's universe, was close to infinite, even to the Valar, as they were unique and irreplaceable. So "Varda hallowed the Silmarils so that thereafter no mortal flesh, nor hands unclean, nor anything of evil will might touch them, for it would be scorched and withered . (information in Wikipedia)
character inspired the literature of JRR Tolkien, I hope no one bother
I am a girl who loves design, drawing, music, reading ... as a child I had a grandfather who did not like to look much tv and I cut the light, those cuts was born this love of drawing, at first I considered very little skilled at this, but I gradually improved and delighted me in this ... well it is what I think|
At present most of the pictures I have in gallery were made as a child fortunately the saved and now I exhibit.