Weaving under wise old trees and past mossy stones, the walk along the Avon in Stratford is one of the most peaceful I’ve done. The sun came out for us after a slow, foggy start to the morning, making our Stratford experience truly warming.
I was a little snap-happy along the way and just had to share the sights with you…
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10 thoughts on “Wide angle: a photo walk through Stratford-Upon-Avon, England”
I’m glad you were a little snap-happy! Charming and delightful!
Thanks! Stratford was charming and delightful – a real surprise highlight!
Really nice photos!
Wicked pics, Nic. Shakespear’s town is loveable and mysterious especially round about this time.
Thanks Bella. I couldn’t agree with you more. I was quite enchanted by the Stratford and a little sad to leave. Thanks for reading!
Hey the Wicked Camper Tour sounds very worth the effort. Do you recommend Wicked?
Hey! Good to hear from you! The tour has been great and worth it for sure! There’s a bed in the back with all the basics included (pots, pans, plates & cutlery, water pump and sick, table, chairs, map) and it makes getting off the beaten track so much easier. I think the cool thing about Wicked (apart from the awesome paint job on the van) is the cars feel lived and not like you have to panic about a tiny scratch, yet they handle well, have very reliable heating (a must in winter here) and just work. This is definitely one of the best things we’ve done so far on the trip!