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Hadrian's Wall, Northumberland, UK

Hadrian's Wall in England was a defensive fortification in Roman Britain, begun in AD 122 during the rule of emperor Hadrian. In addition to its military role, gates through the wall served as customs posts

This is the entrance to Saint Edwards Church in England.

These trees are rumored to be the inspiration for JRR Tolkien's trees at the Gates of Moria. They are located at Saint Edwards Church, Stow-on-the-Wold, England, supposedly. I definitely see the inspiration.

pagewoman:  Wiggly Wall by floato on Flickr Kirkstone Pass, Lake District,Cumbria, England

Kirkstone Pass, Lake District, England Love these old stone walls. I always think about all the hard work that went into creating one of these.

Arthur's Seat , Edinburgh

Arthur's Seat in Edinburgh Scotland Breathtaking scenery! We climbed this on a beautiful day to get a view of Edinburgh.

6hr away: Smoo Cave, Scotland - one of the prettiest caves we've ever seen! DL. North of Inverness, coast

Smoo Cave, Durness in Sutherland, Highland, Scotland. Outer chamber of Smoo Cave. The main entrance is to the right; the covered walkway leads to the second (inner) cave that has a waterfall.

Derbyshire, England

Looks like a shot from 'The Princess Bride' - Secret Valley, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, United Kingdom

Autumn at Hadrian’s Wall, on the English/Scottish border

Autumn at Hadrian’s Wall, on the English/Scottish border. Hadrian's Wall was built, beginning in to keep Roman Britain safe from hostile attacks from the Picts. It was the northernmost boundary of the Roman empire until early in the fifth century

stairway to heaven, Ireland.

stairway to heaven, Ireland. It was so nice to honeymoon in Ireland! Steps up Skellig Michael. More like stairway to Luke.

Through the green mountains on the winding road. Must visit this gorgeous valley in Iceland!

Winnat Pass, Derbyshire, England photo via robert Holiday Challenge--Beautiful places inspire me to create healthly delicious foods, so I can go down many roads.

Gleniff Horseshoe Valley | Co. Sligo, Ireland

:: Gleniff Horseshoe Drive - Cliffs of Anacoona, 4 km from Ballaghnatrillick Bridge, Sligo, Ireland by Joseph Mischyshyn

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