Inside a roofless church, sculptures crumble in the grip of strong vines. A glass conservatory shatters as the plants once grown inside reach for the manor house just beyond the windows. What used to be a stone portal is...
We asked a few of our favorite forest photographers to tell us about some of their most enchanted woodland images. Garett Mensching I discovered this tree while walking on a misty, rainy, but deeply inspiring afternoon in the Lake District National...
Anita Anti is a self taught photo artist, professional photographer, and retoucher from the Ukraine, now living in New York City. We love the dream worlds she creates with her delicate, feminine images—women wandering through fields and forests, playing...
One likely reason owls love us so much is because senior editor Grace Nuth spends much of her spare time cozying up to them, when she's not interviewing Toby Froud about Dark Crystal, Age of Resistance or talking to Gibbous Fashions about witchy fashion or writing lists...
Photographer Max Ellis may live in London, but he keeps  one foot firmly in the Otherworld through his surreal and majestic photographs of stags, rutting and standing in the misty countryside, the glowing dawn shining between the tines of...
by CAROLYN TURGEON Photography by STEVE PARKE On the Cover of the 2017 Autumn Issue Subscribe or Single Issue Like the women of Practical Magic , Veronica Varlow (opposite, left) had a powerful, glamorous witch in her life, teaching her magic since the time she...

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Photography by Ange Harper “There’s no place on earth with more of the old superstitions and magic mixed into its daily life than the Scottish Highlands.” —Diana Gabaldon, Outlander Figures in white emerge from the swirling mists that surround the standing stones....
It sits grandly in the ancient and mysterious highlands of Scotland, its stalwart exterior refusing to give hint of the shiny, sexy glamour of its over-the-top interior. Once known as Loch Lann House, now more commonly called Couthy Home,...
“Often at midnight she flies through the streets of the town, and looks in at the windows, then the ice freezes on the panes into wonderful shapes that look like flowers and castles.” —from “The Snow Queen” by Hans Christian...
  We’ve been in love with Russian photographer Margarita Kareva’s dazzling fairy tale images for a while now. Each photo tells a story—of some wonderful place, far away, where dreamy ice queens and lady falconers roam through snowy landscapes and...