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Cotswold stone walls. HCSWW.

The mellow Cotswold stone of Hidecote Manor, with world famous gardens created by celebrated horticulturalist and plant collector, Major Lawrence Johnston, with intricately designed outdoor spaces in the rolling Cotswold hills.

HWW to you all.

I'm relying on archive material at the moment as I strained my right Achilles tendon a couple of weeks ago and it seem it's going to take some time before I can walk more than a couple of hundred meters without pain. My elderly Picasso needed more spending on it than it's worth so I'm carless and housebound. I'm so pleased I have so many images to fall back on; hope it heals soon or you'll end up seeing all 8,000 of them!
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25 comments

Amelia said:

Just lovely mellow stonework. So different from anything we have in Shropshire. Hope you are soon recovered enough to get out for a good walk, Maggs,
11 months ago

Dinesh said:

Beautiful image and locale indeed. thanks for the info HWW & Best wishes
11 months ago

Ecobird said:

The Cotswold stone is so mellow and attractive looking and I love your framing of this lovely scene Maggs. It is a beautiful manor house and you have captured it really well.

Ouch! That does sound painful. Rest up as much as you can and take care of yourself. I am more than happy to enjoy your archive images and it is a good opportunity to post them.!!

Sorry about the car. There is always something with them. Ours needs work done this month too!

HWW
11 months ago

Xata said:

Nice place and framing, HWW Maggs
11 months ago ( translate )

Jaap van 't Veen said:

Beautifully framed.
11 months ago ( translate )

M♥rJ Photogr♥phy !!… said:

So beautiful the colour & period my type of place .... wish you a speedy recovery Maggs carry on with the archives they will be lovely to see !!!!
11 months ago

Keith Burton said:

Great framing Maggie.................and some beautiful architecture. I love the colour of the Cotswold stone, which is gorgeous.

Sorry to hear about. your troubles with the Achilles tendon and the car............both sound painful..!! I hope you'll be up and about again as soon as possible.........meanwhile take things easy and get stuck into the archives!
11 months ago

Jocelyne Villoing said:

Quel merveilleux domaine, j'adore ces pierres jaunies par le temps !
Bon courage et bon rétablissement chère Maggie.
11 months ago ( translate )

Edna Edenkoben said:

Cool Cotswold stone walls! They look very familiar to me. Not surprising as I visited there in April 2018 :-) Great photo.
HCSWW, Maggie!
11 months ago

Stephan Fey said:

A beautiful property, Maggs. HWW!
11 months ago

Peter Castell said:

A lovely image I hope you soon recover Maggs
11 months ago

Roséha D. said:

Rapid recovery for your "talon d'Achille" .'Me know this problem too......... Your pictuers are splendid !
11 months ago

Andy Rodker said:

Hope it heals rapidly and would love to see shots from your archives anyway, Maggie! Meant to visit Hidecote Manor but never did. Shame!
11 months ago

William Sutherland said:

Magnificent capture and framing! HWW!

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11 months ago ( translate )

Annemarie said:

most beautiful
Enjoy the day!
11 months ago