"Woodchester is a Gloucestershire village in the Nailsworth (or Woodchester) Valley, a valley in the South Cotswolds in England, running southwards from Stroud along the A46 road to Nailsworth.
Woodchester is approximately at the mid-point, approximately two miles south of Stroud. It is divided into North and South Woodchester, with a side valley between the two settlements.
There are pubs and post offices with a shop in each. Woodchester is notable as the location of Woodchester Roman Villa.The village's parish church of St Mary's was designed by Samuel Sanders Teulon." (Wikipedia)
The photo was taken from Rodborough Commons near Stroud just as the sun went down and disapeared behind the hill.
(f7.1 1/80thsec monopod zoom at 55mm ,Photofiltre just a touch for levels.)
Hoping you enjoy this photo of my neck of the wood. Commentsand/or critique always welcome.
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