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Oct 082014
 

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).

#1: The Downs

The Downs

#2: The Path

The Path

#3: The Staircase

The Staircase

#4: Weeds For Sale

Weeds For Sale

#5: A Few Flowers

A Few Flowers

Mar 202012
 

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

Flying Over The Fog

Those distant black blobs in the sky are actually birds – this needs to be seen large.

#2: The Gate

The Gate

#3: Paths Meet

The Paths Meet

Jun 142011
 

The following were made over a week ago around the village of Finchdean :-

#1: Church In The Valley

Valley Church

Interesting church this one – an ancient hunting lodge chapel.

#2: Follow The Path

Follow The Path

It’s hard to stop walking along this path.

#3: Cloud Path

Cloud Path

Mar 232011
 

I managed to add a few more images to my gallery of images of the South Downs

1: Daffs

Daffodils

Unusually (for me) in colour!

2: Memorial To Forgotten Kings

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

Cows On The Brow

Just to show it isn’t always sheep!

Nov 032009
 

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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.

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