Political Animals (2012) - TJ Hammond’s story feat. piano

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Cities were like women, he insisted; each one had its own unique scent. Oldtown was as flowery as a perfumed dowager. Lannisport was a milkmaid, fresh and earthy, with woodsmoke in her hair.King’s Landing reeked like some unwashed whore. But White Harbor’s scent was sharp and salty, and a little fishy too. “She smells the way a mermaid ought to smell,” Roro said. “She smells of the sea.”

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Haukland, Norway by Jens Fersterra

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Thor and Loki: The Tenth Realm #5

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ELLEN VON UNWERTH - Modern Weekly China

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GREEK MYTHOLOGY MEME | [6/7] MORTAL MYTHOLOGICAL FIGURES: PARIS

Paris was the son of King Priam and Hecuba of Troy and brother of Trojan hero Hector. Because it was prophesied that he would cause the destruction of Troy, Paris was abandoned on Mt. Ida, but there he was raised by shepherds and loved by the nymph Oenone. Later he returned to Troy, where he was welcomed by Priam. Paris was chosen to settle a dispute among the goddesses Hera, Athena, and Aphrodite, all of whom claimed possession of the apple of discord, a golden fruit inscribed “to the fairest.” It had been thrown among the guests at the wedding of Peleus and Thetis by Eris, who sought revenge because she had not been invited. Hera tried to bribe Paris with royal greatness and riches, and Athena offered him success in war, but Paris awarded the apple to Aphrodite, who promised him Helen, the most beautiful of women. With Aphrodite’s help he abducted Helen from King Menelaus of Sparta; thus he brought on the Trojan War. In the war Paris killed Achilles with an arrow to his heel, but was himself fatally wounded by Philoctetes.

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