Valley of No Return, Tréhorenteuc by s4sayer

Valley of No Return, Tréhorenteuc

Legend has it that Merlin, King Arthur's wizard was captured by Morgane and held captive here, hence the name. He did however escape by encapsulating himself in a bubble of air, rolling himself down the valley and when the bubble burst he was freed. Not only is this area picturesque it has a microclimate and today it must have been a balmy 18C and as you can see from this shot, no wind.
We've had white out fog here in Hampshire!!!!!!!!!! tis is beautiful
March 10th, 2017  
Super focus and handling of the light and reflections! What an interesting story! People do that today for fun - roll down a hillside in a bubble of air! fav
March 10th, 2017  
Absolutely beautiful. Like your POV. fav
March 10th, 2017  
Enchanting
March 10th, 2017  
Looking at this makes me feel as carefree and relaxed as when we were actually there... that's definitely worth a Fav!
March 10th, 2017  
That is a magical scene even without the story.... and that is a story I had not heard about Merlin.
March 10th, 2017  
Lovely serenity instant fav
March 11th, 2017  
Such a magical scene to go with your magical story! Lovely PoV and reflections.
It's an easy FAV!
March 11th, 2017  
Wonderful capture of reflections...great composition
March 11th, 2017  
Wonderful reflections, light and focus. Great composition. I love the story that goes with the picture.
March 11th, 2017  
A stunning place and so peaceful-looking. Love that legend. Fav.
March 11th, 2017  
Love the legend!
March 11th, 2017  
Calming and a very special spot of find. Hadn't heard that part of the legend before. Fav! Marvelous on black.
March 11th, 2017  
Great composition! FAV!
March 11th, 2017  
Beautiful shot and intriguing story - I've heard or read in one of the legends that Merlin is supposed to live backward in time, which Means that he already knew he was going to get caught ... I find that part fascinating but also very hard to grasp. How should it be possible without changing the concept of time
March 11th, 2017  
@runner365
In the long since era before life was before what we know today et alia, I imagine legend was anything you wanted to it to be. The oral tradition conveyed the story or legend in a way that defined earlier generations and their lives. Now we've decided that's not enough...so we postulate the future!?
March 11th, 2017  
Beautiful landscape shot
March 11th, 2017  
Clever, those wizards! Very nice shot
March 12th, 2017  
Pleasant place to wander around.
March 12th, 2017  
beautiful colors, clarity, composition ! fav
March 13th, 2017  
Margo I missed this one and it's beautiful. Big fav.
March 13th, 2017  
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