A cottage down a country lane in the village of Sulham, Berkshire. The village lies at the foot of a steep and wooded hill just to the south of Pangbourne. Several of the cottages in Sulham are in this rather whimsical 'ornamental cottage' style, having been built in the mid 1800s by the local landowners, the Wilder family, who lived in nearby Sulham House.
A group of thatched cottages clustered round the church in Sulhamstead Abbots, West Berkshire. This quiet village is just to the south of the busy A4 or Bath Road which here runs between Reading and Newbury. St Mary's church, which has a distinctive white weatherboarded belfry, is largely C12th and is a grade 1 listed building. The village and the church are on the edge of high ground surrounded by farmland and overlook the Kennet valley.
Cottages in the churchyard at Turville in Buckinghamshire. This picturesque village lies in the Chiltern Hills as they roll down into the Thames Valley. Not surprisingly it has been the location for many films and TV productions such as The Vicar of Dibley and Midsomer Murders! Photographed late in the afternoon during July. The image has added textures.
The parish church of St Michael and All Angels at Blewbury, Oxfordshire. Blewbury is a picturesque village in the North Wessex Downs not far from Didcot. At its centre is the parish church surrounded by old brick built cottages and almshouses. The church dates from the 11th century with additions constructed later in medieval times. It is surrounded by its churchyard which is designated as a living churchyard containing a variety of flora and fauna.
A picturesque cottage in the village of Turville, Buckinghamshire. The village is situated in the Chiltern Hills as they drop down into the Thames Valley. Nearby are the towns of Henley, Marlow and High Wycombe. Not surprisingly this pretty village has been the setting for many films and TV productions such as The Vicar Of Dibley and Midsomer Murders. This was photographed late one July afternoon. The image has added textures.
An old half-timbered cottage nestling in a corner of the churchyard of the 11th century parish church of St Mary the Virgin in Bucklebury, West Berkshire. A tranquil and traditional English summer scene
A pretty thatched cottage in the village of Sulham, Bershire. The village lies at the foot of steeply wooded Sulham Hill and is situated just to the south of Pangbourne. Several of the cottages here are in this somewhat whimsical 'ornamental cottage' style, having been built in the mid 1800s by the local landowners, the Wilder family, who lived in nearby Sulham House (Grade II listed).