Shot at Bowden Hill, Lacock, Wiltshire, England, UK
Straight from Nikon D3000
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The Magic Faraway Tree by Enid Blyton
From the moment Dick arrives at his cousin’s little cottage deep in the country, life is never the same again. Standing at the bottom of the most enormous tree he has ever seen, he is about to embark on a journey so magical that the mere rage of the Angry Pixie—whose privacy he so casually violates, thus suffering the facial consequences of a well hurled kettle of water—or the cascading flow of the remnants of Dame Washalot’s dirty washing isn’t nearly enough to overcome the loveliness of Silky the Fairy, or the joys of meeting the delightfully deaf Saucepan Man, and the happily beaming round-faced Moonface. It is the work of a greedy moment to insert a Pop biscuit into his eager mouth, and with his tongue still lapping at the delicious sweet honey from within, he finds himself climbing through a huge white cloud at the top of the Tree into the land of Topsy Turvy.