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Carpet of snowdrops at Painswick Rococo Garden, Gloucestershire, UK (2014). Snowdrops are one of the first flowers to emerge in full force at the end of winter. A few days ago I strolled through a local garden and saw clusters … Continue reading
Japanese Maple at Westonbirt Arboretum near Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England. A recent visit to Westonbirt National Arboretum to enjoy the colors of autumn proved colorful indeed. Although colors were not at their peak, a nice smattering stood out among the 14,902 … Continue reading
English Bluebells atop Broom Hill near Soudley in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom. Last week I visited the Forest of Dean with the hope that I would enjoy the experience of walking through a forest blanketed in English … Continue reading
Sheep beside Sherborne Brook, Sherborne, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom. After several much-needed days of sunshine, I find myself under grey skies once again, yearning for spring, a cup of hot chocolate, and something to snuggle. So I mentally cozied up to … Continue reading
Beech Avenue, National Trust’s Sherborne Estate, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom. Once upon a time, this humble dirt lane served as the entrance to Sherborne Estate. A grand gate stood between those who were welcomed to enter and those who were not. … Continue reading
View from one of three burial chambers within the Belas Knap neolithic long barrow, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom.
Sudeley Castle, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom (Nov. 2012). I’ve visited Sudeley Castle three times since moving to England just over a year ago, but I’d never seen the castle from afar until this past weekend. These photos were taken from the … Continue reading
A bare tree bathed in afternoon light stands at the edge of a green, sheep-filled field along the footpath to Belas Knap Long Barrow. Behind the lone tree is a wooded area with trees in various stages of undress as they … Continue reading
I’d seen this sign before, but today was the first time the sign meant what it says.
Priory Lodge, Prestbury, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom. I just had to share one of the most charming little houses I’ve ever seen.