Silent Sunday 3.1.21

Author: Sarah Mummy

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  1. Ah, Bibury! This village was on my “patch” when I used to work for the local paper. How wonderful to get an image without any coach tourists in the picture (not that there will be many of them around at the moment). Great shot Sarah that makes me homesick!

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    • Well spotted! I’m guessing that must have been the Wilts & Glos Standard? We went on 28th December and it was pretty much deserted. There was a little bit of snow, the river was starting to flood and it was absolutely freezing!

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    • Thanks very much. It’s Bibury in the Cotswolds, which is very scenic. It isn’t usually quiet like this.

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    • Thanks very much. It was taken in the Cotswolds, which is renowned for buildings like this.

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  2. Lovely wintery scene, wouldn’t it be amazing if the pool had frozen over! So, very pretty. Happy New Year

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    • Thank you! I wouldn’t have been surprised if it froze over a day or two later as it’s been very cold! The water you can see is a mix of river and floodwater.

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  3. Looks like the beginning of the day in the village – lovely!

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    • Thank you! It was actually early afternoon, but a very cold and quiet day. On a summer’s day, it would be packed with tourists.

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  4. This is such a lovely winter scene #sundaysnapshot

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    • Thanks very much. It’s Bibury in the Cotswolds on a very cold day.

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    • Thanks very much. Those houses are famous! It’s Arlington Row in Bibury, which appears inside British passports.

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      • that’s an interesting fact, sadly I think I have one of my visas over that page, never paid attention to the pictures inside till now #mysundayphoto

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        • The pictures inside the passport are actually really interesting! There’s a lot of iconic British images.

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  5. This looks so pretty! I can only imagine how nice it is with a dusting of snow

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    • Thank you! There actually was the slightest dusting of snow, but too slight to show up on the photo!

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  6. What a lovely snowy, wintery picture. This is stunning and looks like a quaint wee place xx

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    • Thanks very much, that’s exactly what it is! It would usually be heaving with tourists, but of course things are very different now. X

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  7. I love this fabulous frosty scene – thanks for sharing and for linking up with #MySundaySnapshot.

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    • Thanks very much. It was an incredibly cold day and such a beautiful place!

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