Friday, August 24, 2012

A Church in the Cotswolds


The Cotswolds - or Cotswold Hills - is my favorite area in England - I love the hilly landscape, the quaint little villages, the honey colored walls, the sheep, the winding back roads... It's a scenic area.

This little church I found in the tiny village of Upper Slaughter. It looks like a front door to a regular house - see the door bell and the slit for the mail? - but it was at the side of the church. Perhaps this is where the vicar resides? Or has his office? Who knows?

6 comments:

momphotographer said...

what a wonderful place. I love how the roses frame the door. Kust beautiful!

La Vie Quotidienne said...

Georgous...I so want to be there. I love the texture you used.

Maria Ontiveros said...

Gorgeous. We didn't make it to Upper Slaughter, but it was one of the places we definitely considered. Maybe next time.
Ridna

helena said...

beautiful - the flowers around the door are just perfect

Sally H said...

A beautiful photo! I too love that honey coloured stone and rolling hills

Seraphina´s Phantasie said...

Ein wunderbar romantisches Foto: eine alte Kirche mit Rosen und anderen Blumen davor. Allerliebst !