magicalnaturetour: Photo by Threadweavle on Flickr
travelfiend: Amsterdam
dgreenhat: St. Petersburg, Russia (Peterhof)

dgreenhat: St. Petersburg, Russia (Peterhof)

(Source: tall-dark-and-gisborne, via vmburkhardt)

oldbookillustrations: 1872 Charles de Kirwan (French, 1827-1917) ~ Aesculus hippocastanum (Horse-chestnut), birch-tree (Betula), Laburnum anagyroides (Golden Chain) from “Flore forestière illustrée du centre de l’Europe” (Illustrated Forest Flora of Central Europe) via archive.org

oldbookillustrations: 1872 Charles de Kirwan (French, 1827-1917) ~ Aesculus hippocastanum (Horse-chestnut), birch-tree (Betula), Laburnum anagyroides (Golden Chain) fromFlore forestière illustrée du centre de l’Europe” (Illustrated Forest Flora of Central Europe) via archive.org

(via vmburkhardt)

backcountrycompass: Fall comes to the valley Untitled by belu gheorghe, Backpacking, Hiking, & Camping Gea
llbwwb: Field of Red via Alan Ranger Photography

llbwwbField of Red via Alan Ranger Photography

bewitchingbritain: If this doesn’t scream Mediaeval Magic then I don’t know what does and I do know. Here we have Cheyney Court, the picturesque half-timbered porter’s lodge adjacent to Winchester Cathedral. Winchester, in the southern county of Hampshire, was once the capitol of the ancient kingdom of Wessex, not that they brag about it or anything.
Jane Austen fans can also visit her home in nearby Chawton as well as weep wistful tears over her gravesite in Winchester Cathedral. (I am not making fun here. I am a Jane Austen fan myself. I would be the one blubbering on whilst a terribly polite and unctuously uncomfortable warden coughed discreetly and begged me to leave)
(on a note-you-don’t-care-about, I have turned off the Ask for awhile because I have 143 Asks and I figure I should answer them before I get more)

bewitchingbritain: If this doesn’t scream Mediaeval Magic then I don’t know what does and I do know. Here we have Cheyney Court, the picturesque half-timbered porter’s lodge adjacent to Winchester Cathedral. Winchester, in the southern county of Hampshire, was once the capitol of the ancient kingdom of Wessex, not that they brag about it or anything.

Jane Austen fans can also visit her home in nearby Chawton as well as weep wistful tears over her gravesite in Winchester Cathedral. (I am not making fun here. I am a Jane Austen fan myself. I would be the one blubbering on whilst a terribly polite and unctuously uncomfortable warden coughed discreetly and begged me to leave)

(on a note-you-don’t-care-about, I have turned off the Ask for awhile because I have 143 Asks and I figure I should answer them before I get more)

(Source: enchantedengland, via vmburkhardt)

nintendocat: Dreaming by Peter Przybille on Flickr

(Source: smurfberries)