Writing Fantasy ... Infographic Showing Mythical Creatures of the World. #writingfantasy #writingbiz www.OneMorePress.com It would be great if I could find someone willing to dress up and help me photograph some of these creatures in human shape.

Writing Fantasy ... Infographic Showing Mythical Creatures of the World. #writingfantasy #writingbiz www.OneMorePress.com It would be great if I could find someone willing to dress up and help me photograph some of these creatures in human shape.

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MORAVSKE ORNAMENTY | Poznávací zájezd Slovácko, Strážnice /MORAVIAN ORNAMENTS

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Výšivka vajnory, 10x23 cm, modrá

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A futakuchi-onna (二口女) is a type of yokai from Japanese folklore that is in the form of a woman with two mouths: one normal mouth, and one big mouth on the back of her head. ((((;゜Д゜))) Full Story: www.facebook.com/JapanLoverMe Art by Little Miss Paintbrush ♥ Sharing the Worldwide JapanLove ♥ www.japanlover.me ♥ www.instagram.com/JapanLoverMe

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Tengu- Japanese folklore: an avian creature with human characteristics. They were thought of as evil malignant spirits or protective guardians.

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Nordic folklore

Nordic folklore

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m-e-d-i-e-v-a-l-d-r-e-a-m-s: “ • The enchanted forest, from Swedish folklore photographer Photographer Vilja Lingonren. She says “Gnomes and trolls top my list of favorite creatures. Small, but powerful. Ingenious little beings that make life more...

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Baba yaga: In Russian folklore there are many stories of Baba Yaga, the fearsome witch with iron teeth. Whenever she appears on the scene, a wild wind begins to blow, the trees around creak and groan and leaves whirl through the air. Shrieking and wailing, a host of spirits often accompany her on her way ...

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BOS ~ Wolfsbane page - Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy

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Kappa , frequently referred to as a water monkey. A Kappa has a dent in its head that is full of water from its native spring. If the water spills out of its head, it looses its magical powers. Kappas generally drink blood but can be either good or evil. Kappas love to eat cucumbers. The creatures are known for being polite and always keeping promises

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