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redheadedheroine:

cecilyjeanne:

stunningpicture:

Moving out of the apartment

This is, without a doubt, the saddest photo I have ever seen in my ENTIRE LIFE.

^

Maybe this is just me (and if you can shed light on this please do so, help a fan out here) but does anyone else find it just *super* convenient that Mordor is situated behind a square-ass mountain range? How perfect is that blockage? I understand the appeal of such a land formation for a Dark Lord bent on setting up a base of operations and primary nexus of evil in Middle-earth, but still. 
Three sides? Two right angles? I dunno.  
What plate tectonics need to be slammed up against one another to justify/leave behind perfect boxy-peeks? Does such a formation like this exist in our natural world, is what I’m getting at. Because if there is lemme go. I hope there’s a hotel in the middle called The Grand Barad-dûr Hotel. 
And happy belated-moving day! 

redheadedheroine:

cecilyjeanne:

stunningpicture:

Moving out of the apartment

This is, without a doubt, the saddest photo I have ever seen in my ENTIRE LIFE.

^

Maybe this is just me (and if you can shed light on this please do so, help a fan out here) but does anyone else find it just *super* convenient that Mordor is situated behind a square-ass mountain range? How perfect is that blockage? I understand the appeal of such a land formation for a Dark Lord bent on setting up a base of operations and primary nexus of evil in Middle-earth, but still. 

Three sides? Two right angles? I dunno.  

What plate tectonics need to be slammed up against one another to justify/leave behind perfect boxy-peeks? Does such a formation like this exist in our natural world, is what I’m getting at. Because if there is lemme go. I hope there’s a hotel in the middle called The Grand Barad-dûr Hotel. 

And happy belated-moving day! 

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