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In a lavender field at Cotswold Lavender, Snowshill, Gloucestershire, UK. I don’t know if these two people are a couple, because I only saw them in the fields taking photos together. However, romantic that I am, I imagine that I … Continue reading
Lavender and Tall Grass at Cotswold Lavender, Snowshill, Gloucestershire. People have been known to travel far and wide to experience the sights and smells of lavender fields. One such location is Cotswold Lavender, where a number of lavender varieties grow in … Continue reading
White House at Cotswold Lavender, Snowshill, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom.
When I moved into my house nearly a year ago, I had no idea what the rough, brown stalks were, but after this year’s lavender blossoms, I’m pretty sure that those coarse twigs with spent pods are last year’s lavender. … Continue reading
Not long ago I visited Cotswold Lavender in Snowshill. As expected, the lavender was catching a lot of attention, but I also found myself drawn to patches of daisies scattered amongst the purple rows. Simply islands of cheerfulness on a … Continue reading
Lady in the lavender fields at Cotswold Lavender in Snowshill.
Bee hovering beside lavender
Last night I saw the most amazing insect pictures and I’m not exaggerating. Nature’s Place has a Page titled Macro Illustrated, which describes the basic principles and practices of nature macro photography and includes mind-blowing photos that show what can … Continue reading
When I think of lavender fields, I imagine them in neat rows similar to the rows of lavender at Cotswold Lavender pictured above. But after visiting Cotswold Lavender in Snowshill, England, I also can envision lavender fields in a less structured way. … Continue reading
Based on the weather report, I was expecting sunny skies when some friends and I visited Snowshill’s Cotswold Lavender, “growers and distillers of the finest English lavender.” Why I would ever trust a weather report in England, I don’t know. Wishful thinking, … Continue reading