"The Mists of Avalon" is the title of a book by Marion Zimmer Bradley, about the women in British King Arthur's legendary court.
King Arthur, together with his "Knights of the Round Table", has been one of the most beloved British literary characters, whose life and times have gained wide-spread fame in the musical we know as "Camelot". Whether Arthur actually lived or is only a figment of the imagination, is still being hotly debated and partially disputed by modern historians.
When I ran across this scenery (actually, the photographer, who is unknown to me, deserves 99 percent of the credit), it reminded me of "Avalon", the nebulous, fictitious island in which King Arthur's sister Morgaine/Morgan Le Fay, reins as the High Priestess. Consequently, I looked for a way to incorporate a suitable design for this mysterious island. I imagine Morgaine and her ladies dancing inside or around this gazebo.
P.S.: By the way, the above mentioned book is an excellent read for those of you who are King Arthur fans and true romantics at heart.