The most beautiful place I have ever seen is the Mists of Avalon. The town of Glastonbury in south west England used to be an island. The land all around is below sea level. It was less than 200 years ago that Dutch engineers reclaimed the land. It used to be marshland and you could only get to the town by ferry boat. Outside the town is a Tor. It's a high narrow hill with a terrific view of the countryside but the phenomenon of the mists is something I can only attempt to describe. Words do not do it justice. Because the land is below sea level, from time to time, notably in the Spring, a mist rises that covers the town. From the top of the Tor, looking down, the town and the surrounding countryside disappear. You are looking down on a cloud. On the night of the full moon, if you stand on the Tor, the moon reflects off the mist and turns everything silver. The ground and everything around you takes on a silvery light that is magical. As I said, words will never do it justice.
Sean: I've travelled much of the world. One of natures most awe inspiring natural creations exists right here in the good ole USA: If you get a chance travel to Montana and Canada and witness the grandeur of "Glacier National Park" from both countries.
Thanks Karina , I am going to visit the Bahamas by google earth but hope to one day visit for real.Life is so short. We must not waste time but think sublime. Thanks again karina for putting great pictures in my head.
Twenty one days, I am starting to feel really foolish. You tell me of places I have never heard of. But I am checking everything out. Thank you so much for responding. I will visit all places , either by google earth or by train, plane,ship, shanks's pony etc.
Hi All!My first post in the forums so bare with me if its not usual quality I am a 20 year old guy from England, and like many I'm simply fed up of the doom and gloom of life, life is for living but not many people seem...