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helcaraxe:

Estelindë/Idhlinn, Elleth’s Fëanorian Master Healer OFC! 
with an extra heart ♥

This is late only because I was looking for the fics (and because my internet keeps cutting out), not because I don’t like it.
I DO LOVE IT. I CAN’T. I CAN’T. I SERIOUSLY CAN’T. GIULIA, SHE TURNED OUT AMAZING. I CAN’T. THANK YOU SO MUCH. Her expression. Everything. SQUEEEEEEEEEEE!
On the topic of OFCs, since the discussion is currently happening, this is one of my attempts, and I’m not feeling sorry in the slightest for writing her - and for being underway giving her a long, involved backstory (and goodness am I expecting haters).
And since Giulia asked, here is a list of fics in which Idhlinn is making an appearance or is being mentioned (in the latter case I’ll provide quotes). Summaries are usually given at the top of the respective page. Here you go! :)
Do Not Go Gentle (Adult for graphic injury and character death):

Father had tried to use the stone a third time in Formenos, far in the North, where the light of the Trees was weak and blocked by rows upon rows of hills that dark creatures lived in, and though it had delivered some scabbing over, the wound to his apprentice’s arm had to be treated by healer Estelindë still. And now the Trees were dead. 

The Darkest Season (Teen) There is a mention of her in Chapter Three:

"Choose?" He chuckled, but with none of the usual mirth. "After Healer Idhlinn went on and on about idiot guards playing with snowballs while she sutured the cut? Not likely. And – I am not very much looking forward to the morning, if you get my meaning."

She also makes a brief appearance in Chapter Five.
Diplomacy (Teens, mentions alcohol abuse):

She knew, then, perhaps from mistress Estelindë, who continued to ride to us every few weeks to assist our own healers, that we were not nearly as recovered as we claimed, and that many still harboured no small resentment toward the House of Fëanáro.

Specimen (Teens, a drabble. Contains bugs, dead orcs, and medical procedures. Not graphic, but not for the squeamish either).
Paper City, Sugar Rush, Lessons Learned, Home Sweet Home, Compromise (G, drabbles and double drabbles. More or less fluffy.)
Here you go! :D
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archenland:

Waterfall and Canyon (by Robby Edwards)
thefinnishgypsy:

wow
sciencespook:

The Science of Halloween: Phantom Limbs
What could be more spooky than a limb that isn’t really there? Phantom limbs occur when a person still retains an awareness of a limb that has been amputated or paralysed, and can even experience sensations in it. Since children born without a particular limb experience this phenomenon too, it seems that our brains are hardwired with a structural representation of our body parts, so we’re aware of our limbs instinctively rather than being informed through our vision and other senses. But it’s  interesting how people perceive phantom limbs quite differently to their actual existence—they often overestimate width and underestimate finger length and arm length, suggesting that the brain regions that map our body positions aren’t entirely accurate. About 60 to 80% of amputees experience phantom sensations, and these often come hand-in-hand with phantom pain—which is legitimate, often excruciating pain. As the cause of it doesn’t “exist”, it’s almost impossible to treat. To deal with this, researchers are striving to understand both the brain’s role in pain and the mechanisms behind the formation of phantom limbs. One important factor in their development is the state of the nerves upon amputation or paralysis. In studies where a patient’s hand is temporarily anaesthetised to induce a phantom limb, results show that nerve stimulation before paralysis is pivotal in determining how the phantom hand is later perceived—which might also be a key factor in the type and the severity of phantom pain. 
felixinclusis:

d-e-m: photography - Sherif Mokbel- myedit
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omgthatdress:

Dress
Halston, 1970s
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
omgthatdress:

Dress
Jeanne Lanvin, 1930s
Kerry Taylor Auctions
omgthatdress:

Coat
Jeanne Lanvin, 1920s
Antique Dress
omgthatdress:

Dress
Gianni Versace, 1991
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
the-xaotician:

I can’t even tell how this looks right now; I’ve been painting blind because my windows are currently being replaced. Can’t see shit, sir!
omgthatdress:

Ensemble
Halston, 1970s
The Indianapolis Museum of Art
omgthatdress:

Dress
Halston, 1972
The Metropolitan Museum of Art