Fell & Fair Photography

Fell & Fair Photography

Our subscriber are immersed in a world of amazing visuals. This month, Fell & Fair has supplied subscribers with a few amazing full-res Middle Earth inspired photography. Subscribers receive hi-res photography to view in incredible detail!

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An Inkling of Friendship in a Smartphone World

An Inkling of Friendship in a Smartphone World

In his book The Four Loves, C.S. Lewis provides us with a profound insight into the inner-workings of undistracted friendship (i.e., enjoying friends with our smartphones safely hidden away in our pockets or purses). The inner-circle of the literary gathering known as the Inklings was J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, and Charles Williams.

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Roundtable Discussion With Mel Duncan

Roundtable Discussion With Mel Duncan

Please enjoy this excerpt of a discussion with Mel Duncan. Mel grew up in Greenville, attending local schools and then Clemson. He has a passion for history, loves reading and following college sports. He is particularly fond of J. R. R Tolkien’s legendarium. In 2001 he married Lynda Robbins and the Lord has blessed them with three covenant children: Ford, Frances and Mary Elizabeth.

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Baked Bree (Brie)

Baked Bree (Brie)

Roll out 1 sheet puff pastry on floured cloth. Mix pecans, brown sugar and cinnamon in bowl. Place circle of mixture in center of puff pastry (about diameter of your brie). Cut off corners of puff pastry with rolling cutter and save for decoration (if using largest brie round . . .

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Go OR Stay?

Go OR Stay?

Three Courageous Tolkien Concepts

Too often, I can be a play-it-safe kind of person.

Good doors swing open. “Should I walk through?”

Roads diverge. “Which one shall I choose?” (Often, standing still and making no decision just feels easier.)

That unique invitation arrives. “Should I accept it?”

Go boldly, or play it safe? Move out in courageous perseverance or stay frozen in fear? Puzzling, pivotal moments of decision

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