We end our series of images from England. We hope you had a glimpse of the historical landmarks and beauty of English countryside.
Hay all rolled-up and ready for winter in the English countryside
Birds and sheep together in the English countryside …….
Tarn Hows is one of the many gems in the English Lake District. There are a lot of ‘tarns’ and ‘hows’ in that part of the world: tjörn is an Old Norse word meaning ‘small mountain lake’ and haugr is from the Old Norse for hill or mound.
Salisbury Cathedral – Officially referred to as the Cathedral of Saint Mary, this Anglican cathedral is a beautiful testament to early English architecture and stems deep back into English history. Standing at over 400 ft tall, the cathedral’s spire stands as the tallest in the United Kingdom. The cathedral’s main body was completed in 38 years, from 1220 to 1258.
Driving through the English countryside offers views of varied, beautiful landscapes
An intriguing combination of stone walls and arches covered with ivy, but leading to a locked gate. What pastures lie behind the gate in the English countryside?
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.