The lands opened wide about him, filled with the waters of the river which broke up and wandered in a hundred winding courses, or halted in marshes and pools dotted with isles on every side; but still a strong water flowed on steadily through the midst. And far away, its dark head in a torn cloud, there loomed the Mountain! ... Bilbo had come far and through many adventures to see it, and now he did not like the look of it in the least. "
The Lonely Mountain, The Hobbit, by JRR Tolkien
The second in a series of landscape paintings inspired by both Britain and Middle-earth, this one based on Buachaille Etive Mòr in the Highlands of Scotland.
(Can you spot the Arkenstone and a glimpse of dragon?)
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