Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Dream Vacation: Calming Forest.

Friends, I've been feeling really emotional and overwhelmed this week; I'm not sure what's wrong with me. I'd love the chance to just curl up in this forest full of green, wouldn't you?

P.S. What are your other dream vacations?

[Photos by Camilla Engman]

24 comments:

Diana Mieczan said...

Ohh I hope you are ok,sweetie pie:) I am sending you a huge hug
Muah

Ps: I am hosting a ban.do headband GIVEAWAY today! Please, join in!

Melissa Blake said...

I already entered, Diana! Thanks! :)

Krystal said...

Oh that sounds lovely :)

Dancing Branflake said...

How incredible! I would love to be there right now and just feel calm.

Sorry you're feeling overwhelmed. Feel better soon!

Lillian Chang said...

Ooh, I'd love to curl up there too. The forest has always been such a calming place to me.
I hope your week gets better!! Sending you happy thoughts, Melissa! :)

Melissa Blake said...

Thanks, lillian!

I'd love to take a notebook there and just write!

ciupa said...

I would like to dip my bare feet into Caribbean waters on then walk on the shore, getting them covered in sand.

Jude said...

I hope you feel better! I go through times like that too, when I'm feeling more low and can't really pinpoint it - sending good thoughts! These are lovely photos, and looking at them makes me more relaxed already... they remind me of certain forests in California or the Pacific Northwest (one of my favorite vacation spots :)).

Wild and Precious said...

maybe James Macavoy as Mr. Tumnus would come visit me there...

is it weird that i still thought he was cute as a fawn?

Melissa Blake said...

Not at all, Blair!

p.s. did you see my shout-out to you in my video blog yesterday? :)

Melissa Blake said...

Jude, I've always wanted to travel to Seattle!! xoxo

Mo Pie, Please said...

This forest looks incredibly inviting. I would love to go!

hip hip gin gin said...

This looks lovely. I've been feeling much the same lately and this looks like the perfect little escape. Just me, a few books, and the moss. Heaven.
I do hope all is well with you, feel better soon!

kelli g. { bug miscellany } said...

it is true -- the forest is good for what ails you. :)

i'm lusting after a trip to ireland & scotland (also nice and green and lush).

Liesl @ FabulousFashions4SensibleStyle said...

That would be oh so lovely!

Liesl :)

this free bird said...

I think there's something in the air because I've been feeling rather down and have noticed a few other people say it, too.

Misery loves company? And a wonderful forest, too :)

xoxo,
Carrie

Tonia said...

That moss looks soft enough to sleep on! Hope the feeling lifts for you soon.

Diana said...

I love forests. Wouldn't it be great to cuddle up with a snuggly bear and, you know, not get mauled?

Café Bellini said...

Hm this looks like the kind of place where I might find Edward Cullen... then YES! hahaha

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Oh, My Darling said...

Eeks, magical!

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That photo rocks! And yes, even if I have been in the mood to strangle someone, as soon as I get close to nature, I’m healing and my mood gets much brighter

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The snaps are just amazing...I would love to visit this type of place.

Mychael Margott said...

How incredible! I would love to be there right now and just feel calm.

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