Now, it's all wintry...
Bathampton has a canal, a railway, a main road and the River Avon, all going through it in parallel and in close proximity, but still maintains a rather charming air, not least because the lane that traverses all these is so pretty. Not only is there Karen's bridge, but there's also the one-lane toll bridge that crosses the Avon, next to a weir:
Not to mention these sheep - wearing their winter camouflage so as to creep up on the grass without detection:
And a church that flies the Australian flag, because it is the burial place of Admiral Philips, the first Governor General of New South Wales. So there.