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Cotswold Collages - 14/15

I took a lot of photos during our trip to the Cotswolds in early July.  I am now presenting photos of the area in a series of 15 collages over three weeks which I hope you will enjoy.  They have been mixed up a bit to hopefully retain your interest and each individual photo has been processed using Topaz.

Returning once again to the village of Lower Slaughter I featured in a collage the other day this is a collection of photographs of the lovely little village church.  The windows in the picture top left are particularly attractive when seen in real life.

Cotswold Collages - 14/15

I took a lot of photos during our trip to the Cotswolds in early July.  I am now presenting photos of the area in a series of 15 collages over three weeks which I hope you will enjoy.  They have been mixed up a bit to hopefully retain your interest and each individual photo has been processed using Topaz.

Returning once again to the village of Lower Slaughter I featured in a collage the other day this is a collection of photographs of the lovely little village church.  The windows in the picture top left are particularly attractive when seen in real life.

comments (13)

  • Ginnie
  • Atlanta, GA, United States
  • 3 Sep 2009, 01:48
The huge cathedrals take my breath away, Brian, but these village churches grab my heart and soul!
Brian Walbey: I think you and Astrid should spend a month over here and travel round being shown all these nice places we show by whichever S.C'er lives in that area Ginnie, I guarantee you would run out of memory cards.
  • zed
  • Australia
  • 3 Sep 2009, 02:36
Stunner of a church Brian
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Tony.
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 3 Sep 2009, 03:24
Whew!

I think I am about full to pussy's bow with montages, Brian.

I am sure this one is great, but I am just seeing coloured rectangles on a cork-board at this stage.

[grin]
Brian Walbey: Don't worry Ray, it is a bit of a long series, but it finishes tomorrow and the pictures are a bit different to the previous ones.
  • anniedog
  • United Kingdom
  • 3 Sep 2009, 09:20
We only passed the sign for The Slaughters (what a wonderful name!) the other day and I was saying that I had never been there. The church looks like it's worth a visit.
Ingrid
Brian Walbey: The church and the village are both nice Ingrid, and Upper Slaughter is also nice but we couldn't find a parking place so didn't stop.
Beautiful little church Brian. It would be nice to see the upper right in full size.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Janet, I will try and remember about the upper right, at the moment I am posted up to early October, then we will see.
A very nice presentation of this beautiful church Brian!
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Richard.
ood photos Brian. I am very fond of the Slaughters (there's an upper too).
Brian Walbey: Thanks Chad. We went on to Upper but couldn't find anywhere to park so returned to Bourton. Another time perhaps.
What with the slaughters and the Wallops the names of English villages are a constant source of fun! Excellent collage once again Brian
Brian Walbey: Thanks Bill. Wherever one goes in this land of ours there are villages with odd names as you say.
Traditional shape church, lovely windows. What are you going to do when this series is finished. You, and we, will be lost! LOL
Brian Walbey: Thanks Sheila. I'll let you into a secret, don't tell anyone elase, next week is a mixed bag and then some shots from our holiday in Northumberland during July.
such great colours and textures
love it
Cheers
Rob
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Rob.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 3 Sep 2009, 17:16
This little church might be a gem- so beautiful glass windows- who had thought of seeing that in this little village- I would like to see a close- up of the windows in the top left! Bill gave me a wonderful book about "The beauty of the English churches", what a shame this church has not been mentioned there!
Brian Walbey: Thanks Philine. I will try and post a few of the individual pictures in the future when the series itself is long forgotten. I hope you enjoyed the book Bill gave you. You do have lovely churches in your country as well.
  • Jennie
  • United States
  • 3 Sep 2009, 17:23
I agree with Philine, would love closer look at the windows...still enjoying your collages.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Jennie, it's the last one in the series tomorrow but I might post one or two individual pictures some time in the future.
  • Mia
  • United States
  • 3 Sep 2009, 19:28
Each collage of yours is different, surprisingly... I say this because people tire of them real quick. I wish I could see a few of the images blown up though, the details in them seem magnificent.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Mia. The last in the series comes up tomorrow but I will paste some individuals from the series later in the year perhaps.

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