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Thank you for all the wonderful winged creatures tweets today. We loved them all See you next week for #FairyTaleTuesday's  ASIAN #fairytales #folktales #legends & #myths theme! #WritingCommunity #Writers #tuesdayvibes #bloggers #artists #artontwitter #storiespic.twitter.com/S0xEXQ2lQK
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πŸ’œThank you for all the wonderful winged creatures tweets today. We loved them allπŸ’œ See you next week for 's ASIAN & theme!

Birds and Fairies for #FairyTaleTuesday  The Concert ~ John Anster Fitzgerald pic.twitter.com/ySkVsEhB6i
The Asrai Dance

Birds and Fairies for 🌿The Concert ~ John Anster Fitzgerald

Printmaking work inspired by the #GoblinMarket poem by Christina Rossetti (#illustration #folklorethursday #FairyTaleTuesday) pic.twitter.com/YVMSQdtj3S
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Printmaking work inspired by the poem by Christina Rossetti ( )

#SummerVibes Photo Challenge!   Post your own photos to brighten the day and support each other!   Theme:  * Little Landscapes *   #theme #photography #FairyTaleTuesday #macroscape #landscape #Flowers #yellow #nikon #StaySafe #PositiveVibes #ShareTheLove  Fairy flower field pic.twitter.com/eBbO1ZnFK5
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Photo Challenge! πŸ“Έ Post your own photos to brighten the day and support each other! Theme: * Little Landscapes * Fairy flower field πŸ§šβ€β™‚οΈ

The Sirin of Russian legend by Sergey Solomko (1867-1928) Those who hear her sing forget all on earth. To break the spell, loud noises must be made to scare her away. Some believe that the Sirin is rarely seen as she is as difficult to catch as human happiness. #FairytaleTuesday pic.twitter.com/1Gz1fImk8c
Karen Lee Street

The Sirin of Russian legend by Sergey Solomko (1867-1928) Those who hear her sing forget all on earth. To break the spell, loud noises must be made to scare her away. Some believe that the Sirin is rarely seen as she is as difficult to catch as human happiness.

The FIREBIRD in Slavic #folklore is a large bird w/majestic plumage that glows brightly emitting red/orange/yellow light like a bonfire. The feathers keep glowing if removed & 1 feather can light a large room if not concealed. Zar_Ptitsa, 1922 Biliban, 1930 #FairyTaleTuesday pic.twitter.com/00lY1TAucu
Amanda Bergloff

The FIREBIRD in Slavic is a large bird w/majestic plumage that glows brightly emitting red/orange/yellow light like a bonfire. The feathers keep glowing if removed & 1 feather can light a large room if not concealed. 🎨Zar_Ptitsa, 1922 🎨Biliban, 1930

"The Nightingale" by HC Andersen  An emperor prefers the tinkling of a bejeweled mechanical bird to the song of a real nightingale. When he is near death, it is the nightingale's song that restores his health showing things of value are not always gold. Dulac #FairyTaleTuesday pic.twitter.com/B2euGAr5gT
Amanda Bergloff

"The Nightingale" by HC Andersen An emperor prefers the tinkling of a bejeweled mechanical bird to the song of a real nightingale. When he is near death, it is the nightingale's song that restores his health showing things of value are not always gold. 🎨Dulac

In English #folklore the #Owl has a sinister reputation because it was a bird of darkness & associated with death. Many people believed, (and some to this day) that the call of an Owl, or one flying past the window of a sick person, meant imminent death.  #FairyTaleTuesday pic.twitter.com/ziq8blv3EO
Karen Sloan

In English the has a sinister reputation because it was a bird of darkness & associated with death. Many people believed, (and some to this day) that the call of an Owl, or one flying past the window of a sick person, meant imminent death. πŸ¦‰

Dark Tales

Originating in Persian and Arabic folklore but also appearing in the accounts of travelers including Marco Polo, the Roc is described as an eagle so large it is able to snatch up horses, cattle and even elephants

Illustrations by Warwick Goble The Juniper Tree    The Six Swans  #FairyTaleTuesday pic.twitter.com/OZXrSq6VYC
The Asrai Dance

Illustrations by Warwick Goble 🌿The Juniper Tree The Six SwansπŸƒ

β€œWe know it's all just daydreaming...But sometimes, it'd be nice just to hold something real in your hands that felt like a measure of your worth.” - The Goose Girl, Shannon Hale. #FairytaleTuesday #cottagecore   (Photography: Kareva Margarita)pic.twitter.com/syKcV3HrvN
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β€œWe know it's all just daydreaming...But sometimes, it'd be nice just to hold something real in your hands that felt like a measure of your worth.” - The Goose Girl, Shannon Hale. (Photography: Kareva Margarita)

In the Scottish story, "The Battle of the Birds," the son of the king arrives to see the end of the battle, and helps the raven defeat the snake. The raven's reward for this kindness sends the boy on a much larger adventure #FairyTaleTuesday pic.twitter.com/HOb19896oa
Victoria Audley

In the Scottish story, "The Battle of the Birds," the son of the king arrives to see the end of the battle, and helps the raven defeat the snake. The raven's reward for this kindness sends the boy on a much larger adventure

The Golden Bird-published by Brothers Grimm 1812.  Each year, during the night,one golden apple from a king's apple tree is stolen. So, the gardener's sons watch,& though the first two fall asleep, the youngest stays awake & sees that the thief is a Golden Bird. #FairyTaleTuesday pic.twitter.com/RsLdfAV8Iy
❈✷ πŸŽ€ 𝒒𝓇𝒢𝒸𝒾𝑒 𝑅 𝒒𝓇𝑒𝑒𝓃 πŸŽ€ ✷❈

The Golden Bird-published by Brothers Grimm 1812. Each year, during the night,one golden apple from a king's apple tree is stolen. So, the gardener's sons watch,& though the first two fall asleep, the youngest stays awake & sees that the thief is a Golden Bird.

In Welsh tradition, Arianrhod is the Goddess of the Moon and the Stars. Thanks to her ability to shape shift in a large owl, representing wisdom, death & renewal, she can see into the depths of the human soul & carry the dead to the Moon, the land of the death. #FairyTaleTuesday pic.twitter.com/lXwloY1wTa
Gessica Sakamoto Martini

In Welsh tradition, Arianrhod is the Goddess of the Moon and the Stars. Thanks to her ability to shape shift in a large owl, representing wisdom, death & renewal, she can see into the depths of the human soul & carry the dead to the Moon, the land of the death.

In Brittany, the sparrowhawk was once considered the bird of death; it was thought to fly around a house and knock on the window to announce an impending death. #FairyTaleTuesday pic.twitter.com/ENz7fW9AzM
Bon Repos Gites

In Brittany, the sparrowhawk was once considered the bird of death; it was thought to fly around a house and knock on the window to announce an impending death.

A little something for #FairyTaleTuesday ---  Here we have a glorious Soviet paint-on-glass animation; set to Igor Stravinsky’s 'The Phoenix' suite:  'The Firebird / Zhar-Ptitsa' (1984) dir. Vladimir Samsonov. pic.twitter.com/ShVcHx3YSf
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A little something for --- Here we have a glorious Soviet paint-on-glass animation; set to Igor Stravinsky’s 'The Phoenix' suite: 'The Firebird / Zhar-Ptitsa' (1984) dir. Vladimir Samsonov.

#FairyTaleTuesday In Slavic folktales Sirin & Alkonost are 2 birds of paradise. Half bird, half woman they come down to earth to sing their hypnotic sweet song to man. The sirin symbolises joy & light, the alkonost, sorrow and darkness. Alivis, Incantata DeviantArt pic.twitter.com/HHLWQYbb0s
Elsa

In Slavic folktales Sirin & Alkonost are 2 birds of paradise. Half bird, half woman they come down to earth to sing their hypnotic sweet song to man. The sirin symbolises joy & light, the alkonost, sorrow and darkness. 🎨Alivis, Incantata DeviantArt

'Kudamijo does a good deed in setting her birds free' - Utagawa Kuniteru, 1852. #ukiyoe #art #Japan #birds #FairyTaleTuesday pic.twitter.com/pMYhA0PFip
curious ordinary

'Kudamijo does a good deed in setting her birds free' - Utagawa Kuniteru, 1852.

Old Mother Goose is said to be a modern descendant of the ancient Germanic goddess Holda (or Holle). Holda was said to be able to turn into a goose and fly surrounded with the souls of the dead and witches who could magically tranform themselves into geese. #FairyTaleTuesday pic.twitter.com/sGqkq9q4UP
History and Folklore Podcast

Old Mother Goose is said to be a modern descendant of the ancient Germanic goddess Holda (or Holle). Holda was said to be able to turn into a goose and fly surrounded with the souls of the dead and witches who could magically tranform themselves into geese.

In Irish fairytale The Children of Lir, jealous Aoife transforms her step children into swans. The swans sing of her treachery and she is changed into a Demon of the air. At the end of 900 years, the swans regain human form for a moment, then crumble to dust #FairyTaleTuesday pic.twitter.com/Xh7EAQEISH
Olivia Armstrong

In Irish fairytale The Children of Lir, jealous Aoife transforms her step children into swans. The swans sing of her treachery and she is changed into a Demon of the air. At the end of 900 years, the swans regain human form for a moment, then crumble to dust

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