White House in Lavender

White House in LavenderWhite House at Cotswold Lavender, Snowshill, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom.

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About satnavandcider

An American expat living in England, exploring the United Kingdom and Europe through five senses and a camera lens.
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11 Responses to White House in Lavender

  1. avian101 says:

    Terrific shot! 🙂

  2. Oh wow, this is stunning!
    I was there this summer, as it is very near my mother’s house, and I wanted to visit Cotswold Lavender, but I couldn’t imagine my little boy being quite so excited about it as I would be! Next year he can do what he likes, I WILL BE going!!!
    I honestly feel in a better mood every time I see one of your gorgeous photos. I follow quite a lot of blogs and really like them all, but I would say yours is my favourite.

    • Thanks so much for such huge compliments. You made my day! And I’m so glad to read that my photos have a positive impact.
      When I went to Cotswold Lavender, I dragged my husband who initially was less than excited. But he did enjoy walking outside, smelling the lavender, seeing the neat snails and clusters of non-lavender flowers. He particularly liked the cream tea with lavender scone at the end (as did I!). I hope you make it next year.

  3. Payal says:

    This is a beautiful photographs….I wish I could see it myself..
    I wish the picture could transport the smell as well.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Good Day
    Payal

  4. ColorInk says:

    Very nice, thank you! Love such a beautiful photos! Like in a dream.)
    Ann

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