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The "Wow" factor... stunning Gloucestershire

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Mark Cummings | 14:36 UK time, Tuesday, 11 May 2010

We are stimulating the 5 senses of Gloucestershire this week. I hope you are enjoying our exploration of taste, touch, sound, smell and sight this week.

Scroll down the blog for a scratch and sniff special. As we weave Gloucestershire into all of the senses we thought we'd delight you with the best sights in the county.

First up is this stunning photo from Jonathon Watkins. It's the view from Crickly Hill over Cheltenham and Gloucester and is a 250 degree panorama. It was taken on a clear day in February when there was a cloud inversion with the valley floor completely covered in mist & the hilltops apparently floating above the clouds! You can see more of Jonathon's work on his Photoglow website.
Crickly Hill panorama copyright Jonathon Watkins all rights reserved

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