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Notoriously Divine Tagger - Consistently uploads images above and beyond the minimum tag requirements. And/or additionally, bringing over the original description from the source if the image has one. Does NOT apply to the uploader adding several to a dozen tags after originally uploading with minimum to bare tagging.
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Cool Crow - "Caw!" An awesome tagger
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Worldbuilding Addict
Artist’s description from DA:
 
Another free-for-all nostalgia piece as we close in on the final episode (and as I advertise this page). Just trying to capture that feeling of simple warmth that I associate with the earliest seasons of the show through lighting, texture, and the interactions of the characters.
I’ll never fully get over the loss of the Tree Library… It was by far my favorite set of the show, both from the fun design and what it said about Twilight by choosing it for her living space. (I did have to double check that it did in fact have a fireplace… it seems like a hazard to have inside a living tree filled with paper books, but I suppose no more so than having one inside a log cabin. Not sure where the stone ends and the wood begins with the show’s design, however.)
If there’s a hindsight lesson that I’d hope they would take with them into the next generation of the show, it’d be that they shouldn’t be in a hurry to go big and modern wit the world… There’s so much charm in the simple town of the early seasons, where much of the Equestria was yet to be mapped out and Ponyville had more of a medieval hamlet feel than a modern town.
And if they must give the lead character a palace, make sure that it has character and a lot of life in it. The big, hollow castle they gave Twilight never fit her as well as the quaint little nook of a library that she started in.