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Green Fields

This is the last of a series of images from Devil’s Dyke on the South Downs. Having captured a panorama looking towards the West along the downs, my eyes swung round to the North. The sun was low in the … Continue reading

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The view from Devil’s Dyke

Another image from our recent trip to Devil’s Dyke on the South Downs. This was the scene that greeted us on arrival at the nightmarishly early time of lunch time (getting on for 1pm). We are not early risers! The … Continue reading

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Gossamer Threads

Here’s something you don’t see very often, if at all. Gossamer threads at ground level. This image was taken on our short walk on the South Downs as seen in the previous post – click here to view. My wife … Continue reading

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On the South Downs Way

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 … Continue reading

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Fallen

I found this tree in an exposed location high up on the South Downs at a popular viewpoint known as Devil’s Dyke. John Constable the well-known Landscape Painter described this place as ‘the grandest view in the world’. Certainly there … Continue reading

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