Here’s a pictorial tribute to the Vale of Eternal Blossoms, one of the most beautiful areas of Pandaria. Sadly, this Vale will soon turn into the Vale of Eternal Sorrows with Garrosh Hellscream’s thirst for power. This for me, is something to remember the awesome scenery that will soon be lost.
Cataclysm is drawing to a close with Mists of Pandaria approaching on the horizon. I’ve ranted about all sorts of things this expansion, considered quitting more times than I can count and possibly never forgave the devs for destroying Auberdine.
Despite all of that, there are moments of beauty even in the destruction-wrought Cataclysm and that will be my nod to what was for me, a very conflicting expansion. Here’s a glimpse of my favourite landscape of this world.
I’ve included links to the actual images below – enjoy! 🙂
I never really began to appreciate being able to fly in Azeroth until I accidentally flew over Zul’Gurub the other day. I have fond memories of running this before the Shattering in the hope of nabbing the Zulian Tiger mount, but never realise how different the landscape looks from the air.
The explosion of colour with lush greenery, troll architecture and beautiful waterfalls are very inspiring. And perhaps with all the destruction around lately, it’s nice to see a corner of Azerothian beauty.
This is another one of those days where I decided to fly around Azeroth and look at the sights. As a druid, Hyjal is always a special place of lore for me. I went around with my “camera” at the crack of dawn, and it surprised me with some truly breathtaking views.