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A walk in woodland is always a joy. From the translucent greens of spring, to the multi-coloured feast of autumn. For the quietness. And for the woodland itself – the straight trunks that create a kind of order and depth. … Continue reading

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Leith Hill re-visited

A third visit to Leith Hill on another fine day and as ever my eye was drawn to the coniferous trees that populate the flattish summit of the hill like sentinels. Regular readers may remember the two previous visits at … Continue reading

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A perfect winter’s day

Our first visit to Leith Hill was in thick mist a few days after Christmas – click here to view that post. There was no view that day and the nearby trees loomed atmospherically – a slice of the landscape … Continue reading

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Up in the Clouds

We have been for our first walk in our new neighbourhood of West Sussex, and as befits mountaineers my son and I chose to walk to the top of Leith Hill. At 294M (965ft) it is the highest point in … Continue reading

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