*Offer excludes Framed Art Prints, Stretched Canvases and Throw Pillows with insert.
I can’t even express how awesome I find these. I especially love the Sansa one - no one ever really appreciates how strong she is, and I think this shows her particular brand of strength very effectively.
Also, they are all just so beautiful!
First of all; thank you. Second of all - we are agreed on Sansa, and I really appreaciate that what I was trying to communicate in her piece shines through. People give her so much crap and fail to see how much strength it takes for her to just get up in the morning, play the game as subtly as she can and risking her life doing so with all of King’s Landing’s eyes on her. Heck, I know I’d crumble under that pressure.
But Sansa adapts. She waits, she learns, she withstands and she remembers.
And yet, so many people see her as weak, naive, stupid and inferior. I’m thankful of these varied and nuanced portrayals of women in Game of Thrones, I want there to be more like them - that’s why I’m doing this series - to show my appreciation, and to highlight and celebrate this pantheon of strong women - not just women who kick ass, but who show strenght in so many different ways, just like real life women do.
The Waitomo Glowworm Caves is a popular tourist destination in New Zealand. The caves formed over 30 million years ago underwater, as fossilized chunks of coral, fish skeletons, and sea shells layered and compressed to create a dense limestone.
When explored in the late 1800s, people were amazed by the “twinkling glow” coming from the ceiling of the caves, as well as the remarkable limestone formations. The cave is mainly home to insects, which include albino cave ants, giant crickets, and of course, glowworms.
Eventually, the Waitomo Caves were opened to the public and are now welcoming an average of about 400,000 visitors a year.