One of these rare pictures that fill you with a sense of wonder and - curiously enough - a strong desire that there should be fairies. The strange light promises to be even stranger when you walk through that portal; maybe it will be like Sebastian's journey in The Never-ending story (great book; horrible movie), or maybe Greg Bear's Sidhe are waiting for the unsuspecting traveller at the other side. Or maybe it is Mythago wood where you meet what your wishes and fears conjure up. Enter and see.
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