Every May, Micheldever Wood in Hampshire turns into a wonderland of colour. The bright, spring green of the beech leaves complement the blue/purple of the bluebells and make it a mecca for photographers throughout southern England-talk about enchanted!
Loch Ness, Scottish Highlands One of the stragest places on earth, equally for both its mythical monster, Nessie, and for the eerie lake hidden away in the Scottish Highlands. Ness, the particular loch itself is 755-feet deep at its greatest and 21.8 square-miles wide. Unlike most lochs, this massive water body makes you wonder what could possibly be lurking in the depths.