Tuesday, 1 February 2011

Three places we visited in the Cotswolds last October/November

Clifton Suspensions Bridge, Bristold built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel

A very twee chocolate box town called Bourton on the Water

One of the stones from Avebury Stone Circle

4 comments:

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

That first picture gives me vertigo--ultra cool. Pretty bridge.

The gardens are pleasant, that second bridge. Very pretty.

I would love to see the stone circle(s).

kiwi said...

The first one - river leading the eye up and out to the bridge - nicely done !!!

The bridge - very pretty and two folk walking across the bridge well position !!!

The final image - I would like to see more of the stones too !!!

(Apologies if this reads like a school report :-)

moo said...

On the first one if you look to the left of the cliff there is a cave opening. We actually went down there. It was very spooky no lights on the way down.

The little bridge was a doddle to get people in the right position as there were coachloads of people arriving by the minute. Mostly Japanese. We found the place far touristy.

Oh OK I will look out a shot with more stones in. You can only get the whole lot from the air as they are well spread out - not like Stonehenge.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

You did get the people in a good spot!

I saw there are more stones and am eager to see them, but no more time right now.

Oooh, cool cave. I like caves. :-D