Another photo, mind you !
Patrick had to stop the car although he was reluctant to as he couldn't simply stop the car just because I wanted to take some snaps !
I said, last photo Pat !NEXT DESTINATION :
This is another photo of such villages taken by me on our way to Minchinhampton ! Amazingly beautiful !
It looks like a movie set or maybe a miniature village !
Perched on a hill, this route has many beautiful sights along the way because we were climbing the hills hence could see the small valleys below !
Our next destination after Stroud was Minchinhampton so Patrick was looking for the best route to take me there...
We passed through some scenic villages & it's irrelevant to stop asking people to know the names of those villages...I just snapped away & most of the times I didn't take any photos... Simply enjoying my eyes, stucked in my memory forever & ever !
Now, this photo was not taken in Painswick but in Stroud, pronounced Straud (as in 'loud').
I was in touch with a guy in Stroud previously but we didn't make any good plan for the excursion around The Cotswolds.
hence I made plans with 2 guys in Cheltenham instead...
Stroud is much bigger than Painswick, almost a big town !
I just asked Patrick to stop at this place where I took this photo, it could be a train station, I think...not sure.
Love the sight of this crawling (dry...) plants !
Another photo amidst the village of Painswick...
Filled up with plants & flowers, it feel so relax & beautiful !
If we go to the edge of this village, we could see the valleys surrounding this village !
After spending some times around St. Mary's Church, we had to drive out to go to our next destination which was Minchinhampton [please click...]; Driving among the houses in Painswick was a nice experience !
The houses & the buildings look unchanged for the last few hundred years !
Simply beautiful !
This is a photo of me among the yew trees, just in the vicinity of St. Mary's Church...
I feel so small among the trees...but feeling good about it !
Patrick was taking this photo...
The Rococo Garden
In early spring this opens to the public, where you can see a beautiful carpet of snowdrops