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nesty

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Brean Down Walk
« on: 21:16:07, 27/10/17 »
A walk around Brean Down. Weather wasn't good!  :-\
















sunnydale

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Re: Brean Down Walk
« Reply #1 on: 08:31:40, 28/10/17 »
Rain or shine, anywhere on the coast looks good to me! O0
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adalard

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Re: Brean Down Walk
« Reply #2 on: 09:03:04, 28/10/17 »
Really enjoyed seeing these pictures. We've walked Brean Down a couple of times, when we've been on holiday down there, and I think it's a wonderful place.  :)

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« Reply #3 on: 13:11:01, 28/10/17 »
The rain and wind was terrible up there. This day all my Paramo stuff (jacket and trousers), just leaked like a sieve. I was soaked through and cold. Normally. I would of taken more photos!
Though, I am glad I did the walk!

Ridge

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Re: Brean Down Walk
« Reply #4 on: 13:21:03, 28/10/17 »
Never heard of it before, just had to look it up to find out where it was. Looks beautifully desolate.
Over hill, over dale. Thorough brush, thorough brier....
I do wander every where

nesty

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« Reply #5 on: 13:26:59, 28/10/17 »
Some class Brean Down, as the Mendip Hills meets the sea?
I thought the Mendip Hills stopped at Bleadon.
You can see Cardiff clearly from the top of the down. I could just about see Cardiff in the distance, but couldn't get a photo of that view!

archaeoroutes

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Re: Brean Down Walk
« Reply #6 on: 21:34:23, 07/11/17 »
I love Brean Down. You got a nice shot of the bouncing bomb launching rails (an attempt to use the idea as an anti-shipping weapon).
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Re: Brean Down Walk
« Reply #7 on: 09:17:53, 08/11/17 »
Nice shots, despite the weather  O0 I had to look it up too  :)
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