The Enchanted April (enchanting beauty in nature)

I am head-over-heels & completely π™šπ™£π™˜π™π™–π™£π™©π™šπ™™ (wink, wink) with The Enchanted April!Β One of my favorite quotes is this one from page 54:

"She stared. Such beauty, and she there to see it. Such beauty, and she alive to feel it. Her face was bathed in light. Lovely scents came up to the window and caressed her. A tiny breeze gently lifted her hair...How beautiful. How beautiful. Not to have died before have been allowed to see, breathe, feel this..."

Gosh, I can relate to that feeling. I am not well-traveled, but some of the places I have seen have left me feeling poetic and short of breath like von Arnim described in ch. 6.

Here are a few of the breathtaking placesΒ our membersΒ shared inside our private Facebook group for Monthly Book Box subscribers:

Hamilton Pool Preserve in the Texas Hill Country

The Davis Mountains in West Texas

Pike's Peak in Colorado Springs, Colorado

Dogwood Canyon Park in Missouri

Maligne Lake in Canada

Butchart Gardens in Canada

Dunnotar Castle, Stonehaven, Scotland

Bozeman, MontanaΒ 

Garden of the Gods in Colorado

The Jersey Shore

Lake Tahoe in the Sierra Nevada Mountains

Your Turn

Think about some of the breathtaking places you've been.