- Aug 19, 2003
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lf you haven’t seen the film The Secret of Roan Inish, stop what you’re doing right now, buy a copy and watch it. Thank me later.I’m from Scotland and grew up with stories of selkies,shifting from human form to seal, and I’ve always thought that so lovely.I wonder what the probability is of such a thing existing?
I saw stickers promoting her website on walls and lampposts around Reykjavik and left a comment on her blog saying how interesting and entertaining I found it.
FFS if the sign is in 2 languages, there is a good chance the elves are bilingual too. Iceland is closer to the British Isles than Scandinavia.Both times we visited Iceland we stayed in the same hotel, which has an elfstone just outside, where you can communicate with the Elves. Unfortunately my Icelandic is minimal and I'm unsure that Nordic Elves can speak English.
They are lovely,I’ve been on on walks on the grounds around them with the dogs a couple of times
Was just having a wee browse online there and checked out Pinterest.I’m from Scotland and grew up with stories of selkies,shifting from human form to seal, and I’ve always thought that so lovely.I wonder what the probability is of such a thing existing?
That’s really nice,pictures like that are so cute.I got a similar one taken in a photobooth in Asda when I was about 6.lol it wasn’t quite as good.They just slapped up a background with fairies on it,I didn’t even have any wings xDWas just having a wee browse online there and checked out Pinterest.
Oh Wow... my wee granddaughter's just gonna love this...
Incidentally, I thought you might also.
I think it is a product of rather bad CGI myself but I agree, the videos are rather endearing. I like the Capercailzie noise he makes to attract them.Filmed by a chap named Erwin Saunders, they may be a product of rather good CGI or not. That, I'll leave up to you.