“31 DAYS OF MYTHOLOGICAL CREATURES // ↳ 21. Nymphs““Sweet Echo, sweetest nymph that liv'st unseen Within thy airy shell By slow Meander’s margent green, And in the violet-imbroider’d vale Where the...

oceanwitch: ““ 31 DAYS OF MYTHOLOGICAL CREATURES // ↳ Nymphs ““Sweet Echo, sweetest nymph that liv'st unseen Within thy airy shell By slow Meander’s margent green, And in the violet-imbroider’d.

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bird-doll: “ Potamides were a type of water nymphs of Greco-Roman mythology. They were assigned as a class of nymphs of fresh water known as naiads, and as such belonged to a category that presided.

WATER NYMPHS | por Jesy Almaguer                                                                                                                                                                                 More

The only signs that she was a naiad were the iridescent scales that crowned her brows and bordered her hairline. That and her webbed digits. [WATER NYMPHS (by Jesy Almaguer)]

...the water nymphs carried him down under the lake to be their playfellow ... // simple vintage black & white sketch ink illustration

The Water Nymphs Illustration by George Soper from the book ‘Greek Fairy Tales’…

You would not believe your eyes, how a voice could hypnotize  Promises are only lies from Loreley  In a shade of mossy green, seashell in her hand  She was born the river queen, ne'er to grace the land...

You would not believe your eyes, how a voice could hypnotize Promises are only lies from Loreley In a shade of mossy green, seashell in her hand She was born the river queen, ne'er to grace the land.

Iara (also known as Lady of Waters, Water Queen and Mother Water) is the Brazilian goddess of water. She is seen as either a water nymph, siren, or mermaid depending upon the context of the story. Iara is a beautiful young woman, connected to a freshwater dolphin, manatee or fish body. She lives in a palace underwater, but, in the afternoon, she comes out to the surface, sitting on a rock by the river combing her hair or dozing under the sun. When she feels a man around she starts to sing…

Iara (also known as Lady of Waters, Water Queen and Mother Water) is the Brazilian goddess of water. She is seen as either a water nymph, siren, or mermaid depending upon the context of the story. Iara is a beautiful young woman, connected to a freshwater

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