Crops coming in at King’s Stanley
view from Cam Long Down (which felt longer going up than down) 🙂
The lovely lush wheat fields (methinks) near North Nibley en route to the Tyndale Monument, celebrating the life and courage of William Tyndale, who translated the Bible into English and was killed for his trouble. The King James bible draws significantly on his version.
graveyard and view, I think in Wotton-under-Edge
graveyard at Wotton-under-Edge
gorgeous area at the tree root level
tree fallen over path
we wondered if once this had been a riverbed
more beautiful deep walkways
wandering in search of the path after turning off for lunch at Hawkesbury Upton (where we saw cricketers emerge white and shivery mystical in the misty greens, like unicorns)
the church at beautiful and small Tormarton (where we watched the Jubilee on the telly)
the walk to dinner from Pennsylvania, rain clouds a’gathering
part two of our walk to dinner from Pennsylvania–by this time we’re used to what used to be a novelty (climbing over gates (at the appropriate points))
we are so ready to see Bath, finally!