Glastonbury Tor, also (possibly) called Ynys yr Afalon, or the Isle of Avalon, and believed by many to be 'Avalon' of Arthurian legend.

From Wikipedia: "The Celtic name of the Tor was "Ynys Wydryn", or sometimes "Ynys Gutrin", meaning "Isle of Glass". At this time the plain was flooded, the isle becoming a peninsula at low tide."

This photo was taken during an actual (but very small) flood, after heavy rainfall, with the intention of evoking the 'Isle of Glass' period of the Tor.

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