The Old Road ~ Tree Tunnel - Ballynoe, County Down, Northern Ireland. © Cat-Art ~ Cat Shatwell.

The Old Road by Cat Shatwell The old road that leads to a ancient stone circle, a beautiful & magical place, Ballynoe, Co.Down, Ireland. Ballynoe Stone Circle in Co. Down For your Ireland board.

Treehouse, Loire Valley, France photo via jardinoscope

I would love this to be the entrance to my dream house.Entrance to treehouse, Chaumont-Sur-Loire, France


Misty Wood of curved trees, Gran Sasso & Monti della Laga National Park, Abruzzo, Italy by Vincenzo Mazza

yellow magical tree door

into a carved magical tree door. "Sorry I would like to rent this tree as an apartment" :D

Follow the yellow brick road. Abandoned 1970s theme park, Land of Oz.

Eerie photo of the Yellow Brick Road from an abandoned Wizard of Oz theme park in North Carolina. Two cool ideas. One, find the broken down yellow road. Two, that there was a Wizard of Oz theme park.

The Blue Dragon River, Portugal

Odeleite River (a.a. "The Blue Dragon River"), Algarve, Castro Marim, Portugal. "The river is also known as 'The Blue Dragon River' because of its dark blue color and curvy shape.


20 Beautiful Garden Gate Ideas

Hutton-in-the-Forest garden gate by chapelhall This is magical. I love the way the tree is growing up to make an arch and the wrought iron has adds a touch of fairytale whimsy.

Basket Tree

This is one of Axel Erlandson´s "Circus trees" located in Gilroy, California. This "basket tree" was formed by grafting six Sycamore trees together in a diamond pattern.

Socotra, Yemen

Socotra Desert Rose or Bottle Tree (Adenium obesum socotranum) - Socotra, Yemen

Hiking on Isle of Arran, Scotland

On the path to King's Cave, Isle of Arran, Scotland.On the path to King's Cave, Isle of Arran, Scotland.

Two ancient yew trees have grown into the door of St. Edwards Church, Cotswolds, England

Wooden Door of St Edwards church with two ancient yew trees, Stow-on-the-wold, Cotswolds, UK. I guess that the trees are older that the christian church that was "planted" there to profanate the preexistent pagan "sacred" space definited by the yew trees.