There is always so much to photograph in England. These are just a few from my last visit to this wonderful country.
To wander through the sweeping corridors and grand rooms of Longleat House is to be transported back in time. Exploring this stunning example of high Elizabethan architecture – and the Capability Brown landscaped grounds surrounding it – is a day out in itself. It was substantially completed by Sir John Thynne in 1580. And today, his descendants are still lucky enough to call it their home.
In and around the unspoilt market town of Bradford-on-Avon which is one of the last outpost of the Cotswolds in the western corner of Wiltshire close to the borders of Somerset and only 8 miles from Bath.
Bradford-on-Avon is one of the many truly beautiful town that I was luck enough to visit on my last trip to England.
Some of the beautiful old buildings in the south of England, from my last holiday there.
Some of these photos were taken whilst I was on holiday in the UK, ( I was using a different camera) I was staying in a beautiful rural area named “Laverton” while taking glorious country walks I would come across these beautiful cow’s every day & they would come up to the fence to say hello. The bull was also very friendly & very noisy. I can’t help but see only sadness in these cows eyes.
The village of Norton Saint Philip is located approximately 7 miles south of the City of Bath in the West Country of England. Set in a scenery of rolling green Somerset hills, the village is home to about 1000 residents.
This is a place with a history, a small battle was fought here during Monmouth’s Rebellion in 1685, and ‘The George Inn’ is one of the oldest pubs in England, with an entry in the record books.
The village has as its social focus: three Churches, Village Green (‘Churchmead’), a school, Village Hall (‘The Palairet’), two pubs (‘The George Inn’ and ‘The Fleur de Lys’).