Fairytale Places I’d Like to Live

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Not much is happening in my garden these days, so I thought I’d share some interesting photos I came across at the Free photo sharing site, Pixabay.

These fairytale places contain elements I would require to be truly happy and at peace.

1. I would need a beautiful view, preferably with mountains and / or water.
2. Lots of land, with room to roam and explore.

That’s about it, except maybe fertile land with room for a nice vegetable and flower garden. With room for animals, I’d probably have a lot of those too.

I prefer a small house, but maybe not quite as small as this little red house in the Alps. I wonder where those outdoor steps are leading?  And quite honestly, I’d like to have a window or two in my house!

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Alpine Home in Switzerland, Photo shared at Pixabay by Fotoworkshop4You

I like the idea of having to cross a cool bridge to get to my house. I’m not sure that little building is a house or a barn, but this bridge is awesome, and the river looks interesting.
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Okay, in this shot you can’t see my home (haha) but this is the view out my front window. I can watch my sheep graze in the meadow.

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England, landscape – contributed to Pixabay by tpsdave

Now this little wood home, or cabin, is right up my ally. Looks to be the perfect size, with a porch and mountain view.  Could those be fruit trees of some kind in the backyard?

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Wood Cabin, contributed to Pixabay by Tappancs

And below, a picture of my horse!

Hope you enjoyed my journey through dreamland.  I did get some work done today too.  This was just a quick escape … which we all need now and then.

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Iceland Horse, by contributor Blaer at Pixabay

All of these photos can be found at Pixabay.com

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. hairytoegardener says:

    Your dream landscapes are pretty cool. You can actually buy something like your dream for next to nothing in Arkansas.–I know because I looked. However, there are a lot of downsides to living in Arkansas. Love the rock walls. Wish I had a rock wall! Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Dustytoes says:

      I grew up in New England and walking on stone walls was part of my childhood. They are pretty awesome.

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