As it was lovely cold and sunny yesterday, I did a tour of Painswick which looked really in the morning sun. I’ll post some of the photos in the next few days.
“Painswick is quite often referred to as the Queen of the Cotswolds due to it's fine buildings of pale grey limestone. These are a reflection of the town's former prosperity during 300 years of activity in the cloth industry.” (Painswick Tourist Information Guide)”
f11 1/80th sec polarising filter ZOOM @34mm
Thanks for the comments and reactions about the lovely hamlet of Nag’s Head posted yesterday.
Have a nice day,
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Xviith century buildings
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