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Cotswold stone coloured Neighbourhood watch sign by a new housing development, North Nibley

Faux Cotswold rustic cul-de-sac housing development North Nibley, Gloucestershire

Capability Brown, Remote control gates, James Dyson lives here, Concrete Goose, Siamese houses, Breathtaking views, Jogging couple, Bleaker aspect, Simpler houses, Phallic monument, Pub serving crisps, East European staff, Overpriced room, Chinese in polystyrene, Friendly boozers

English Garden Style: Two concrete pigs, Three Concrete geese, One plastic Woodpecker and Two half dead yew bushes in pots.

Two detached suburban three storey houses in the outskirts of Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire

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Photography © Quintin Lake, 2010

Organ chords, Chinese tourists, Luscious limestone, Georgian curves, Truman show houses, Woodland shadows, Racecourse runway, Stick-on leading, Tidy golfers, Ploughed field, Roman remains, Boarded up pub, Manor House gates, Expensive B&B, Petrol station food,  Boarded up pub, Wellied dog walker, Pastel pastoral, Motorway hum, Strip lynchets, Pylons overhead, Raucous wedding party

The Circus, Bath, England, by Architect John Wood the Elder

Railings curved for tree trunk in path of Cotswold Way through High Common, Bath

Tree shadows fall over a bed of spring flowers on the Cotswold Way

A flock of birds fly over a lone tree and the sparse landscape at Bath Racecourse adjacent to the Cotswold Way

Synthetic grass steps with Daffodils leading to a tee at Lansdown Golf club near Bath adjacent to the Cotswold Way

Cold Ashton Manor House Doorway

Shadow of roof and chimney falls on rendered gable end of a house next to the A46.

Patchwork of pastoral fields at dusk near Doynton seen from Dyrham on the Cotswold Way

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Photography © Quintin Lake, 2010

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