The ride to Helm’s Deep: As the second day of their riding drew on, the heaviness in the air increased. In the afternoon the dark clouds began to overtake them: a sombre canopy with great billowing edges flecked with dazzling light. The sun went down, bloodred in a smoking haze. - Lord of the Rings, J.R.R Tolkien
Another picture for the Moods of Natureschool project I did, with another quote to go with it. This mood of nature is one I find to be present in today’s world.
Just then they became aware of a yellow light that had appeared further down into the wood: shafts of sunlight seemed suddenly to have pierced the forest-roof. ‘hullo!’ said Merry. ‘The sun must have run into a cloud while we’ve been under these trees, and now she has run out again; or else she has climbed high enough to look down through some opening. It isn’t far - let’s go investigate! - Lord of the Rings, J.R.R Tolkien
This is from a school project called Moods of Nature I did last year. I think the quote from The Two Towers fits this picture, or what do you think?