The lush countryside in the Burgundy region of France offers many peaceful scenes like these Charolais cows grazing on the gently rolling hills in the Mâconnais.
|The Mâconnais Countryside|
Grapes in Burgundy
Greenery can be found in large cities too, like these neatly clipped shrubs near Kensington Gardens in London.
The Roman Baths gave the English city of Bath, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, its name. The bathing complex was established 2,000 years ago and the hot waters are a distinctly greenish hue.
|The Roman Baths, Bath|
At Stonehenge, another World Heritage Site in England, the only colour in evidence was the surrounding grass of the Salisbury Plain.