Famous for quintessentially English market towns and villages built from honey-colored stone, the Cotswolds are a range of gently rolling hills and the largest area of outstanding natural beauty in England and Wales
The Cotswold style of architecture is a unique style and is sometimes called the storybook style, with buildings made in this form also sometimes referred to as Tudor cottages. Cotswold houses often have a prominent chimney, often near the front door of the house.
A colorful entrance, lighted by the sun and framed by greenery at a home in Chipping Campden, England
A Striking Entrance
An artist shows off his sketch of the Medieval Market Hall on High Street in Chipping Campden, England.
Showing Off His Sketch
Chipping Campden is a small market town in the Cotswold district of Gloucestershire, England. It is notable for its elegant terraced High Street, dating from the 14th century to the 17th century. An attractive building with a clock tower sits on High Street.
Clock Tower Chipping Campden
An interesting paradox – seeing modern cars in old, stone-faced buildings in England!
Modern Cars in Older Buildings
Three buses compete for limited street space in Oxford, England
Competing for the Street in Oxford
Memorial Garden is the main visitor entrance to Christ Church and the Meadow, in Oxford, England.
The south garden known as the Rose Garden was designed as an iris garden and now has changing seasonal bedding, replanted twice a year. The north east garden is roughly trapezoidal, and bounded by walls on all sides. It is known as the ‘Circle Garden’, the name derived from a former round bed. It now has a lawn surrounded with mature shrubs including Wisteria, Magnolia, Photinia, Viburnum, Abelia and some lower herbaceous planting.
Colorful Landscaping at Christ Church Oxford