Twenty Word Wednesday – The Cotswolds Revisited A church in Moreton-in-Marsh. Roaming through the village. I would have loved to peek inside. Happy Hump Day! Click on photos to enlarge 0.000000 0.000000 Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Flipboard (Opens in new window)Click to share on Mix (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)MoreClick to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related 58 thoughts on “Twenty Word Wednesday – The Cotswolds Revisited” Add yours So beautiful. Reminds me of the chateau in the movie Ever After. LikeLike Reply I will have to check that out! Thanks for stopping by! LikeLike Reply Just beautiful.. I like the idea of 20 word Wednesday.:) LikeLike Reply Thanks Linda! I couldn’t call it Wordless Wednesday with 20 of them! LikeLike Reply I love buildings like that! Makes me pine for England. LikeLike Reply It was gorgeous! Just like I imagined. Thanks for stopping by Catherine! LikeLike Reply I have always wanted to visit the Cotswolds. 🙂 LikeLike Reply All the little towns are so cute and like a picture postcard. The people are like the Irish, but don’t tell them! LikeLike Reply Susie, that last pic looks like the B & B where hubby and I stayed in Stow-on-the-Wold. It was the perfect setting for sight seeing around Oxford and Warwickshire. And of course Strafford-upon-Avon. You know. A real famous bloke lived there. Darn, what was his name? William…. 🙂 LikeLike Reply We stopped in those towns too! I would go back there anytime! The driving was treacherous… LikeLike Reply Nice! Very tranquil and old-timish. LikeLike Reply It was so hard not to stop and take pictures everywhere! I was obsessed with taking a little piece of its beauty home with me! LikeLike Reply That church and, to a lesser degree, the cottage, looks like a movie set for Hobbiton. LikeLike Reply I know! These were Tolkien’s stomping grounds. LikeLike Reply Beautiful Captures – thanks so much for sharing:) Makes me want to slow down and stroll and take my time exploring. Happy Hump Day! LikeLike Reply It’s definitely worth the time! Thanks Renee! LikeLike Reply Nice! You said a lot with only twenty words. The picture are just gorgeous. LikeLike Reply Thanks so much! I took a quite a few! LikeLike Reply How picturesque! That definitely isn’t downtown Detroit, Susie, not that I’ve ever been there, either. LikeLike Reply Nope! It’s out in the country called the Cotswolds about an hour or two outside of London. It’s a lot like Ireland. LikeLike Reply You manage to say a lot in 20 words, Susie. Hope your week is going well. Hugs from Ecuador, Kathy LikeLike Reply Thanks Kathy! It was a beautiful trip. LikeLike Reply You don’t have to wish that you can look into the row of houses. I’ve been following you and your writing shows me that your mind has a key to every door. LikeLike Reply Awwww! Thanks so much Tom! You made my day. 🙂 LikeLike Reply Love this! Wonderful photos. Reminds me of the cottages in Stratford-upon-Avon. LikeLike Reply We drove through Stratford, but didn’t stop. There are so many places to explore. We’ll have to go back! Thanks Gwen! LikeLike Reply These pics are “hideous”!! wink, wink. LikeLike Reply Truly!!! Thanks Maria! LikeLike Reply Oh wow – those are fantastic photos! I’m with you, let’s peek inside. I don’t care if someone’s home. I can run pretty fast. Patricia Rickrode w/a Jansen Schmidt LikeLike Reply I felt like I was a peeping Tom with all the photos I took. I hope I didn’t send someone running for a bathrobe! Thanks so much. LikeLike Reply Lovely photos, Susie. Here’s a good book… ‘The Storied Life of A J Kilkry’. LikeLike Reply Is that top one a photo or did you paint it? LikeLike Reply It’s a photo of an amazing church. There were parishioners inside getting ready for mass. It was very unadorned compared to most churches we visited, but that back door was a surprise! It was late in the day and the lighting was very tricky. I’ll check out the book. By the way, thanks for the breast cancer link on Linked In. I didn’t know how to respond to you on my iPad. Thanks Ted! LikeLike Reply Terrific photos! I would have loved to look inside too. Picturesque looking village. LikeLike Reply Everywhere we went there were these amazing little fairtytale vignettes! Thanks Phil and thanks for the tweets! I’m still struggling with my cold and have to catch up with everyone! LikeLike Reply Feel better soon – it’s finally Spring! I just got back from Vegas. 80 out and sunny! So nice. LikeLike Reply It was mid 70’s yesterday and today. Sunday – SNOW!!!! Thanks Phil! LikeLike Reply The sun is shining here today Susie! LikeLike Reply I bet it’s glorious Jim! I loved your neck of the woods! LikeLike Reply The finest spot indeed! LikeLike Reply Great photos–they bring back pleasant memories. LikeLike Reply It is a fabulous and breathtaking part of the world! Thanks VB! LikeLike Reply Who wouldn’t want to peek inside? My imagination tells me we would be transported to another place and time. Wonderful photos, Susie! LikeLike Reply I think so! A spry older gentleman draws on his pipe and rocks in a chair while his sweet wife pulls fresh baked bread from the oven. Thank you! LikeLike Reply Mmmm…I can smell the bread. 😉 LikeLike Reply Absolutely gorgeous pics, Susie. Convinces me that I do really need to see England (but Ireland first). The flowers at the top of your page ARE from your garden, right ??? 🙂 LikeLike Reply Hi Paul! Thank you so much! I agree that with your love for the Irish, you should go there first. The flowers are from the Lidcote Gardens! I wish they were mine…. 🙂 LikeLike Reply Nice, sorry I’ve been so out of the loop! LikeLike Reply Great to see you again M!!! Thank you. LikeLike Reply Such great memories of the Cotswolds! I went there for the first time last spring, and was lucky enough to meet one of their most famous residents. [http://wp.me/p2SHpT-o5] LikeLike Reply Thanks Barb! I loved it so much! It reminded me of Ireland. LikeLike Reply That’s so funny. I was just in Ireland and it reminded me of California suburbs. Only with better pubs. LikeLike Reply Seriously? Where in Ireland were you? LikeLike Reply I went over on the car ferry from Scotland to Glasgow and then drove around the south of Ireland and over to Kerry. Don’t get me wrong — it was gorgeous, even in the dead of winter. But it was just so dang prosperous. It’s been a few decades since I was there, and apparently those little thatched roof cottages burning their blue peat smoke are an endangered species with less than 1000 left. (But if you want to buy one, journalist Cormac McConnell has just written “Who wants to buy our beautiful thatched cottage in Clare, Ireland?”– http://goo.gl/M9UgwI) LikeLike Reply I loved my visit to the Cotswolds 6 or 7 years ago. The villages are so… quaint. Isn’t that the best way to describe them? I remember walking from village to village through people’s yards (permissible, believe it or not!) Like walking through a storybook. LikeLike Reply Your last line hit it on the head. It is like a storybook! I would love to go back someday and spend more time exploring. Thanks Jackie! LikeLike Reply This area really brings up thoughts of Merry Olde England. We a village down the path from Bath but ran to catch the lat train back to London. I do want to go back! Cool pix LikeLike Reply That last pic is my favorite. Feel like I’m Gandolf is gonna come out and I’m gonna go on a Lord of the Rings adventure … which would be awesome. 🙂 LikeLike Reply Leave a Wild thought. Someone may click to your blog! Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (Address never made public) Name Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.