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The Highlands, Scotland

The Highlands, Scotland

Little Women

Little Women

A promontory in Cornwall, England. Cornwall is Celtic and mystical and exists in its own dimension. (Paul Forghum beautyineverything.com)

A promontory in Cornwall, England. Cornwall is Celtic and mystical and exists in its own dimension. (Paul Forghum beautyineverything.com)

"Footlose" (1984)....gotta love this! - Click image to find more Film, Music & Books Pinterest pins

"Footlose" (1984)....gotta love this! - Click image to find more Film, Music & Books Pinterest pins

I'm particularly fond of my IMDb submission concerning the "T" in "Tudors". LOL Just sayin'...

I'm particularly fond of my IMDb submission concerning the "T" in "Tudors". LOL Just sayin'...

The Constant Gardener (El jardinero fiel) - 2005  "Sir Bernard Pellegrin: Do you no good to go poking around under rocks, Justin. Some very nasty things live under rocks, especially in foreign gardens."

The Constant Gardener (El jardinero fiel) - 2005 "Sir Bernard Pellegrin: Do you no good to go poking around under rocks, Justin. Some very nasty things live under rocks, especially in foreign gardens."

Gargh. Just sad and gloomy and plays with your emotions all the time. at least Jane's a pretty good character.

Gargh. Just sad and gloomy and plays with your emotions all the time. at least Jane's a pretty good character.

This set of Anne of Green Gables movies, done beautifully true to (most) of the books.

This set of Anne of Green Gables movies, done beautifully true to (most) of the books.

A red poppy field in Tisbury, Wiltshire, England. Picture: Noel Coates of Ringwood, Hampshire

A red poppy field in Tisbury, Wiltshire, England. Picture: Noel Coates of Ringwood, Hampshire

On a wild peninsula in Wester Ross, Scottish Highlands lies the tiny village of Applecross. It gives you the impression that you are at the "edge of the world" probably because of its inaccessibility. The road to Applecross is one of the highest in Britain, reaching 2,053 feet, and heads into the clouds on Alpine hairpin bends.

On a wild peninsula in Wester Ross, Scottish Highlands lies the tiny village of Applecross. It gives you the impression that you are at the "edge of the world" probably because of its inaccessibility. The road to Applecross is one of the highest in Britain, reaching 2,053 feet, and heads into the clouds on Alpine hairpin bends.