Bourton on the Water, Cotswolds And, of course the Cotswolds can't be missed! For some real fun, study the Mitford family before you go. I recommend a book called The Mitford Sisters. Everyone in the Cotswolds loves it when you can talk about them.
Photographs of dramatic skies generally look better when there is an interesting element in the foreground. Silhouetted bare trees from late autumn and winter are classic examples of such compositional elements. This image was made on a cold October morning, before sunrise, in Big Meadow in Shenandoah National Park.
The Wetlands - original oil painting by Sue Birkenshaw --golden sunset over Lake Mokoan, a large shallow lake in Australia. The vibrant sunset in gold and red colors the mountains with a purplish hue and one lone bare tree in silhouette.
The bonsai tree cannot have "wet feet" so special bonsai soil is used which dries out easier than standard houseplant soil. But because there is so little soil, bonsai require frequent small waterings.