Thranduil. Battle of the Five Armies - ok so he is not a typical destination but he is something beautiful to see!

Thranduil, son of Oropher, was an Elven king who ruled over the Woodland Realm in the Second and Third Ages.

Lee Pace in The Hobbit

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the hobbit Lee Pace Pushing Daisies Ned the hobbit: an unexpected journey Thranduil The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

10/26/15  This gown embodies tulle and a form fitting bodice, I love the colors and the design overall

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Lee Pace in The Hobbit. Everytime, I just want pie. @Christina  Dezuanni Woodruff @Jordan Bromley Davis

* my edits Lee Pace Thranduil Hobbit Cast hobbitedit elvenking mirkwood elves i think thran's costumes and weapons are my fave in the movie too i can't believe that sword is one piece of metal wow that sword is freaking gorgeous DoS chronicles

Proving my point that Thranduil is not as annoying as everyone keeps saying!

I hate how everyone is either, Thranduil is a jerk, or swaggy Thranduil. (Yes I do like to joke about swaggy Mirkwood elves) Thranduil is so deep though.

Be still my beating heart!! Lee Pace as Thranduil

Lee Pace as Thranduil in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. costume design - too fab for this cloak

“He’s an exquisite thing, but he’s wild and dangerous because of his wildness—not because he’s evil, because he’s wild … His understanding of love is different. It’s more profound. It’s deeper. His understanding of pain is more profound. He is tough and cold at heart like a diamond. But he is also sensitive … not a leaf moves in that forest that he doesn’t feel.” Lee Pace on Thranduil.

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug - Promo shot of Lee Pace. The image measures 1280 * 860 pixels and was added on 6 April

Thranduil - Sindarin king of the Woodland Realm

Thranduil - Sindarin king of the Woodland Realm

Thranduil and his "you wound me with your words" look. xD

Thranduil the elvenking of Mirkwood. The last true elf king, if my memory serves me correctly as Lady Galadriel, Lord Celeborn and Lord Elrond did not take any royal title