A feast for the eyes and senses created by this assembly of buildings, spaces and forms making up this farm courtyard. There are so many materials and textures here and they create a remarkable sense of place, all cleverly tied together by the gravel cover on the ground.
The Dutch door into the farm workshop is an invite to the curious, inside being work benches, storage and hand tools galore, neatly hanging on the walls
An interesting cacophony of textures and materials commonly found on south Oxfordshire rural buildings, all meeting in one place.
The assembly of buildings which have accumulated on this farm in the south of Oxfordshire, along with the historical implements artfully gathering in corners, have come together with the colour of flowers and pots to create a very interesting and appealing corner outside the house.
Old Oxfordshire farmhand's house has been taken over by a Hawthorn tree which has pushed its way through through the roof.
Two walkers in the evening light near Swyncombe Church, Oxfordshire
Social outdoor space on an Oxfordshire farm.
Found in the rich light of evening with a storm brewing
This Chilterns farm in south Oxfordshire really frames the hills it is settled in. Rich materials, rich and lush natural colours. Rural peace.....
a lovely Springtime way to wake up, make breakfast and savour coffee
a five barred gate and a walker gate on Watlington Hill, Oxfordshire, overlooking the misty vale