Cotswolds Beauty

The beauty of the Cotswolds in south central England is genuinely beyond description. We were taken there by the family in the autumn of 2019. It was an unforgettable holiday.

The River Windrush

This is a picture I took from a small bridge straddling the River Windrush in the village of Bourton-on-the-Water. No, there are not chocolates under the picture!

The small shops were interesting to visit.

A striking feature of the area is the yellow stone used to build many of the buildings.

It was also admirable to be in a village that was clean and neat.

The flowers in the villages were very beautiful and it was already autumn.

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Burford

On the left is a garden pathway in the village of Burford, known as “The Gateway to the Cotswolds”. And, it is not even spring!

I can only imagine how the flowers in the village celebrate the arrival of spring. What a burst of blazing colour there must be.

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