Swyncombe is a fairly remote parish in the Chiltern Hills in South Oxfordshire; Watlington is the nearest town. The name is derived from the Old English name of 'Swin', meaning wild boar, and 'Cumb', meaning the valley in flank of the hill. Wild boar were probably hunted here when it was a Saxon settlement. Today the parish consists of Swyncombe House, a farm and St Botolph's Church. The photographs were taken by PhotoGroup members in May 2012.