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Lower Slaughter
30-MAY-2008

Lower Slaughter

Gloucestershire, The Cotswolds

The name of the village of Lower Slaughter stems from the Old English name for a wet land 'slough' or 'slothre' (Old English for muddy place)
upon which it lies. This quaint village sits beside the little Eye stream and is known for it's unspoiled limestone cottages in the
traditional Cotswold style.


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Stephanie26-Oct-2011 20:38
This is a pretty home! I don't recall seeing it when we were there. :)
Aivar Mikko16-Dec-2008 19:53
Very nice stone cottages and shot. V.
Debbie Blackburn Beierle06-Sep-2008 03:33
OUTSTANDING! Super composition and balance. Love these cottages!!
Yiannis Pavlis05-Sep-2008 23:29
An impressive street shot taken from lovely perspective.V
Bryan Murahashi05-Sep-2008 05:22
Beautiful neighborhood shot. V
shatterbug04-Sep-2008 02:51
Grand architecture, well photographed!
1moremile03-Sep-2008 00:45
Awesome photography. Nice looking place. V.
john savage29-Aug-2008 01:55
Nice looking area, great capture. V
Sam_C28-Aug-2008 07:51
Great shot, looks like a fine place to visit! V
January Grey28-Aug-2008 06:22
Picture perfect! A fantastic composition, Jay. V~
Joanne Kamo28-Aug-2008 05:54
These homes are so amazing and beautiful..love the brickwork and vegetation..Outstanding image! V
Marcia Colelli28-Aug-2008 01:15
Very beautiful scene, lovely cottage. V
Jim Coffman27-Aug-2008 23:20
Great composition and beautiful image.V
Jess. ( Lady.D.)27-Aug-2008 22:21
Very nicely composed Jay, excellent detail....
Jeff Waldorff27-Aug-2008 17:15
Nicely composed, Jay! I really like the ivy covered roof.
Cindi Smith27-Aug-2008 15:47
I could live there! What a gorgeous place! ;)
Sofia Solomennikova27-Aug-2008 14:03
A magical feeling it gives and thank you for clearing the idea of the name, otherwise it would have been too horrile to think of :) V
Carol Breton27-Aug-2008 13:27
I especially like both Nestor's and Char's comments here Jay.
This image makes me want to walk right onto the road and move in to one of these
lovely cottages.
V
Char27-Aug-2008 13:20
Hi Jay,
This is such a beautiful scene! I can't imagine those cottages ever looking brand new. They look so perfect and eternal as if they somehow alway existed. Excellent POV with the path leading right into the scene. \/
Nestor27-Aug-2008 12:16
Jay, outstanding photograph, just like visting this lovely place.
Thanks for taking me there through your great eyes and camera work.
Tack sharp image with superb composition.
Vote 10++
Steve Morris27-Aug-2008 11:54
Very well composed Jay - stunning place!! Bv
Gérard Koehl27-Aug-2008 09:38
Très belle composition... V
Brian with an Eye27-Aug-2008 08:17
Lovely, Jay! We greatly enjoyed our last visit to the Cotswolds, including the Slaughters.
Simon Chandler27-Aug-2008 03:56
Beautiful image, picture perfect. Excellent composition. v
Peter Stahl27-Aug-2008 03:39
Beautiful stone work and a gorgeous comp. Excellent Jay! GMV.
deborahcuming27-Aug-2008 02:54
just beautiful! great comp and wonderful detail! V
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