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Ancient Cedar Trees Cathedral Grove, British Columbia

NOTHING beats the quality of light in Cathedral Grove, everything is so rich and green and amazing. Ancient Red Cedars (the biggest trees are 800 years old) in Cathedral Grove, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada

new orleans <3

Arbre mousse louisiane Spanish Moss, New Orleans, Louisiana // photo via amanda

Hidden in the Forest. This is another, more distanced look at the Burgbach Waterfall. I already visited quite a few waterfalls in the Black Forest, but this is still the one I like most -- maybe because it fits best the "classical" waterfall stereotype: one big fall.

"Waterfall Steps, The Black Forest, Germany." I must visit here. Or someone could bring me a bit of Black Forest cake.


To live out my Robin Hood dream: Sherwood Forest, Nottingham, England

~~Inspiring Redwoods ~ Crepuscular rays of sunlight bursting through the mist, northern California by IronRodArt - Royce Bair (“Star Shooter”)~~

Sun Rays, Redwood Forest, California I loved the redwoods. Played in them as a small child and visited them as an adult.

This picture is amazing. The forest looks so enchanting, and the soft light brings fairytale charm.

Stream running through the Dragons Forest - Morning mist ~ LochArd, Trossachs, Scotland. By David Mould

Big Basin State Park, California

Redwood Path, Muir Woods, California I love this place, I could be here for hours just watching the sunlight pass through the trees

Moss Forest, Killarney, Ireland photo via kianna - Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy

When I go back to Ireland I would like to see this. You know, because it's green. Forest of moss, Killarney National Park, Ireland

bluepueblo:    Into the Mystic, The Netherlands  photo via patrick

The Netherlands - future travel destination. Apparently I want to visit tree lined paths of Europe. This in no way resembles the start of a horror film.