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Black Down again

We were back on Black Down last week, on a day of fleeting sunshine, and this is the panoramic view from the southern promontory looking out over the South Downs National Park and West Sussex. This viewpoint is called The … Continue reading

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Blackdown re-visited

It is only six weeks since my first visit to Blackdown (click here to view), but the change in the scenery has been remarkable. Colour has erupted – the result of an unseasonably warm April. Add in blue sky and … Continue reading

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Theatre of Chaos

From the bold, classic lines of silhouetted Pine trees in my previous post from Blackdown (click here to view) to the chaotic jungle of the deciduous woodland that cloaks the lower slopes of Blackdown. I have noticed that much of the … Continue reading

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Generations of Trees

Had a great day on Sunday with my son on Blackdown, the highest point in the South Downs National Park. Blackdown is a large promontory of high heathland that projects south into Sussex from near the town of Haslemere. Flint … Continue reading

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