Yesterday we visited Devil’s Dyke again, where earlier in the year I captured an image of a fallen tree: click here to visit that post. Today the view is of one of the extensive panoramas from half a mile away along the route of the South Downs Way that passes through Devil’s Dyke.
It was a stunning day. Frosty overnight with a clear blue sky during the day. We have now had four days like that in a row. The sun of course is low in the sky at this time of year and the shadows are long and I was drawn to this landscape of rolling intersecting hills, so clearly delineated by the light.
A winter’s day in the UK doesn’t get much better than this. More images to follow. Meanwhile remember to click on the image – you will see a sharper and bigger picture.