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The park of the monsters is located in Bomarzo and was built in 1552. The set of monuments is located on the slopes of a natural amphitheater, and is characterized by whimsical and grotesque shapes among the trees, flower beds and streams. Excessive sculptures carved out of rock, of terrible or absurd aspect, that represent mythical characters and fantastic beings.
I have only visited Iceland once back in 2019 and honestly it was enough to know how much I would love this country. We visited Reykjavík and saw all the sights from the Hallgrimskirkja Church to the Blue Lagoon. I would definitely love to go back one day and explore the whole island. So this map represents how much beauty this country holds and the places I would love to visit one day.
A favourite trail of mine, embracing you in wildness at any time of year. Even driving/walking along the road near the trail is wonderful. I've illustrated some of the birds and animals I have seen there and the sense of change through the four seasons.
I am very lucky to live in Bexley, one of the greenest boroughs of London. Throughout lockdown I have gone on (almost) daily walks in many of these green spaces and I always see things in the sky that inspire me. My map pays homage to everything I have seen in the skies whilst out on my walks. I've have also included the distance each object is from earth to give it some perspective.
This is a map of my favourite place to walk in Victoria, BC where I am originally from but I have been missing lately! I would walk my dog along Dallas Road, with beautiful views of the ocean and go down the steps to the beach. Sometimes I would explore the nearby Beacon Hill Park with so many fantastic things inside - including a petting farm which I have taken my daughter to once as a baby. There are so many memories here and I can't wait to visit again soon.
Southwest desert hiking trail featuring common wildlife and plants. This is a local favorite - the bottom of the trail has a lot of people but as you climb higher you get the fantastic views all to yourself. It is state trust land and it is filled with creatures, if you are lucky enough to see them.
I walk 10,000 steps almost every day in the Cooper River Park. For years, I have seen rabbits, squirrels, Canadian geese, ducks, turtles, racoons, cardinals and blue jays, seagulls, groundhogs, and even a fox and a deer, among other animals. I want to show how lucky I feel to be able to walk among such amazing company.
This little strip of rainforest is my go-to stroll. Wedged between a creek and a hill, this little path in Sechelt British Columbia has become its own little neighbourhood and gets visited daily by people and wildlife alike.
My small town of Douglas Massachusetts is home to the beautiful Douglas State Forest, 1500 acres full of wildlife and birds, flowers and plants, woods and waterways and miles of walking trails. This pretty walk—around the beaver pond, past old foundations and stone walls, among the glacial erratic boulders and through the hemlock grove—is one of my favorites.