A quaint little place that I don’t think I’ve visited before. Hills, twisty passageways, and strange bits of history (Thomas Paine, and Virginia Wolf).
This is from last week’s day off … which was the one day of the week when the fog was almost entirely solid from beginning to end. Almost but not quite – there was about 5 minutes worth of sun on the train back. But there again, sometimes not so great weather results in sometimes not quite so poor photos …
#1: Flying Over The Fog
Those distant black blobs in the sky are actually birds – this needs to be seen large.
#2: The Gate
#3: Paths Meet
#1 (Flying Over) The Valley
#2 Hill Fields
#3: Shadows Of The Sky
The following were made over a week ago around the village of Finchdean :-
#1: Church In The Valley
Interesting church this one – an ancient hunting lodge chapel.
#2: Follow The Path
It’s hard to stop walking along this path.
#3: Cloud Path
I managed to add a few more images to my gallery of images of the South Downs …
Unusually (for me) in colour!
2: Memorial To Forgotten Kings
Of course I don’t really know that this little bump in the ground is really the burial mount of a long-forgotten kind, but it could be.
3: Cows On The Brow
Just to show it isn’t always sheep!
These two are from a short walk near Rowland’s Castle on a very foggy day – perhaps a little too foggy for my purposes. Very wet too.
Ghosts In The Mist
There are those who would say that Technology is responsible for these eyesores (the electrical pylons!) crawling across the countryside. They would be wrong. Technology presents a number of solutions (overhead pylons, underground cables, etc.) for distributing electricity and the bean counters decide that the most elegant and least ugly solution (underground cables) is too expensive.