Time for some more photos of my time in LOTRO to show just how beautiful Eriador (well Bree-land really – that’s as far as I’ve been at time of writing) is and what a great job the designers did in making Tolkien’s world come alive and not seem like a carbon copy of the landscapes in the films.
Riding through the lumber yard at the edge of Chetwood North.
Riding through a camp above Staddle.
A waterfall between Combe, Chetwood & Midgewater – this is small compared to some I’ve seen!
A ruined Dunedain temple in the middle of Midgewater Marshes.
Fishing in Staddle.
Carrying a bucket of water in the gorgeous sun…
Across the Stone Quarter of Bree.
Riding deep into the Northern Bree-lands.
A ruined Dunedain castle west of Bree in the Brandy Hills towards The Shire. It’s a hike, but you can get up there and explore 🙂
Fishing next to the old North-South Road outside Bree.