Prompt: Tolkien describes Barad-dûr as a "vast fortress, armoury, prison, furnace of great power". The fortress was constructed with many towers and was hidden in clouds, "rising black, blacker and darker than the vast shades amid which it stood, the cruel pinnacles and iron crown of the topmost tower of Barad-dûr." It could not be clearly seen because Sauron created shadows about himself that crept out from the tower. Frodo sees the immense tower from Amon Hen, the Hill of Seeing, as wall upon wall, battlement upon battlement, black, immeasurably strong, mountain of iron, gate of steel, tower of adamant... Barad-dûr, Fortress of Sauron. There was a look-out post, the "Window of the Eye", at the top of Barad-dûr. This window was visible from Mount Doom where Frodo and Sam had a terrible glimpse of the Eye of Sauron. Barad-dûr's west gate is described as "huge" and the west bridge as "a vast bridge of iron."
Prompt: Fantastic blond long haired woman in a yellow flower field; angelina jolie; plump glossy lips; yellow purple red colors; behind a window with drops of rain water; Speedpaint with large brush strokes by Junji Ito; robert oxley! Ismail Inceoglu; Gazelli; M.W. Kaluta; richard anderson; paint splatter; paint drips; drip painting; a masterpiece; 8k resolution; trending on artstation; maximalist; uncanny; highly detailed and intricate
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Prompt: Fantastic woman in a yellow flower field; enki bilal woman style; yellow blue colors; behind a window with drops of rain water; Speedpaint with large brush strokes by Junji Ito; robert oxley! Ismail Inceoglu; Gazelli; M.W. Kaluta; richard anderson; paint splatter; paint drips; drip painting; a masterpiece; 8k resolution; trending on artstation; maximalist; uncanny; highly detailed and intricate
Prompt: Sydney Opera House. Inaugurated in 1973, the Sydney Opera House is a great architectural work of the 20th century that brings together multiple strands of creativity and innovation in both architectural form and structural design. A great urban sculpture set in a remarkable waterscape, at the tip of a peninsula projecting into Sydney Harbour, the building has had an enduring influence on architecture. The Sydney Opera House comprises three groups of interlocking vaulted ‘shells’ which roof two main performance halls and a restaurant. These shell-structures are set upon a vast platform and are surrounded by terrace areas that function as pedestrian concourses. In 1957, when the project of the Sydney Opera House was awarded by an international jury to Danish architect Jørn Utzon, it marked a radically new approach to construction.