Azshara, a place so seldom travelled I had to look it up to make sure I'd spelt it correctly. It's really a shame there aren't more quests in this zone, as it's a very pretty and scenic place, especially in the evening. Mind you, even during the middle of the day it seems to be late afternoon in Azshara, with an almost perpetually setting sun, as if the zone is further north than it actually is.
The zone is populated with quite a variety of wildlife, including stags, hippogryphs, naga, murlocs and, in the southern region, many elite stone giants.
As usual, you can click the images to see a larger (960px wide) version.
The gates at the Azshara side of Timbermaw Hold.
Ruins along the coast, and some Naga buildings.
The Temple of Zin-Malor, in the ruins of Eldarath, in central Azshara.
Naga occupying the the Temple of Zin-Malor. The temple has the same layout as the Temple of the Moon in Darnassus.
A troll turned into stone by one of the giants. The giant to the left in this picture is Monnos the Elder.
Naga patrolling the dead land surrounding the Ravencrest Monument.
And that concludes this little view of Azshara! I haven't yet decided which zone to do next week – Feralas is certainly high on the list, as is Dire Maul.