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Kelsey's Favorite Places to Visit and Foods to Eat!

Kelsey's Favorite Places to Visit and Foods to Eat!

"Mystical Forest, The Netherlands" For some reason, when I think of autumn I think of enchanting forests. Running through a mystical, foggy forest while adorning flowing fabrics in fall colors is one of my autumn day dreams.

Mystical Forest / . Looks like Pandora from Avatar

I doubt this would fit the forest, but I do love the picture. It could be a vision from further away, on a mountain side. It's easy to sell things to me with light blue & dark contrast ;

"To dream of mushrooms denotes fleeting happiness, to dream you are gathering them, fickleness in a lover or consort." --Richard Folkard in Plant Lore (1884)

The babe laughed a laugh that filled all the hollow spaces in the forest. As I fairy I smiled and helped carry it to the tree. Any abandoned or orphaned creatures we brought to our sanctuary. The head fairy, my mother, was the in charge and each fairy was

Devil's Pulpit, Scotland

wowtastic-nature: Devil's Pulpit, Scotland on by Teresa Mazur, Newcastle, UK☀ Canon EOS

Inspiration for my novel - Atmospheric with its promise of mystery.

Mystical forest - "Gate“ by Mustafa Akarsu. The Rock Gardens on the slope surrounding Cragside House, the 1863 ancestral home of Lord Armstrong, Northumberland, England, UK.

Spencer Byles Sculpts Mystical Forest Artworks from Natural Materials: "Something magical has been happening in the woods around the Loup River in southern France. Artist Spencer Byles has spent a year living in the area's remote woodland, creating intriguing temporary structures from natural materials. The spontaneous creations are deliberately hard to find and are unlikely to be stumbled across." via Inhabitat

Sculpture by Spencer Byles in the forest of la Colle sur Loup, southern France Photo by Un jour, une photo

I’m A Mountain Photographer From Poland. Here’s What I’ve Captured So Far | Bored Panda

Polish Mountain Photographer Karol Nienartowicz captures Karkonosze Mountains from past 13 years. These mountains located on the Polish and Czech border.

This looks like the underground dwelling of the Tuatha de Danaan, or "Children of Danu", the mythological mother goddess of the Irish Celts. Creatures such as leprechauns and other Fairy Folk were known to inhabit these places, particularly under the burial mounds, which were also known as the fairy mounds for that reason.

Underground dwelling o/t Tuatha d Danaan or- "Children f Danu", mythological mother goddess o/t Irish Celts. Fairy folk like Leprechauns inhabit these places, particularly under th burial aka fairy mounds