The visuals in Game of Thrones keep blowing us away — and now we have a glimpse of the process that's created them. Concept artist Kimberley Pope has posted dozens and dozens of her designs for seasons one and two.

Including an aerial view of King's Landing and Qarth, some very different early versions of familiar locations... and some huge spoilers for the ending of season two. (We'll put the spoilery images last, but beware!)

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Here are some of the most striking images that Pope has posted. Above is an aerial view of the City-State of Qarth. Click over to her site to view the rest. [via Winter is Coming]

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The Gates of Qarth

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Early concept art of Harrenhal

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More early Harrenhal concept art

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Pyke

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Pyke

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Dragonstone entrance

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Dragonstone exterior

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The Map Room at Dragonstone

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Burning the Idols at Dragonstone

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The Ice Gate to beyond the Wall

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A mosaic from the Eyrie, which we never really see

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A Gondola going to the Eyrie

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The Eyrie, matte concept art

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Going to Winterfell

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The Godswood at Winterfell

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The Sept of Baelor, unused design

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King's Landing

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King's Landing

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The Dragon Cellar, with Arya hiding

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The Gateway to Vaes Dothrak

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Khal Drogo's Funeral Pyre

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Soldiers at the Cave

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Soldiers at the Cave #2

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The Battle of King's Landing (Spoilers!)

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The Battle of King's Landing (Spoilers!)

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The Battle of King's Landing (Spoilers!)

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The Battle of King's Landing (Spoilers!)

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Winterfell is burning (Spoilers!)