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Dovegirl

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South Downs and the Weald
« on: 21:33:23, 05/11/17 »
A few photos from some of my walks in the Sussex countryside this summer and autumn

The South Downs Way eastwards from Ditchling Beacon

Ditchling Beacon

A valley in the downs between Ditchling Beacon and Brighton

Near Ditchling Beacon

Beacon Hill between Brighton and Rottingdean

Beacon Hill

Swanbourne Lake at Arundel.  There are some gorgeous walks from Arundel on to the South Downs and by the river Arun

Swanbourne Lake

Lowland heath on my walk through Stedham, Iping and Trotton Commons near Midhurst in the Wealden Greensand

Near Midhurst

The Sussex Ouse Valley Way between Isfield and Barcombe Mills in the Low Weald

Ouse

The rest are from the High Weald

Bewl Water, a reservoir on the border of Sussex and Kent

Bewl Water

The river Rother between Iden and the Cinque Port of Rye

Rother

Countryside near the ridge-top village of Burwash

Burwash

Autumn colours near Eridge

Eridge


Thanks for looking     :)

lostme1

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Re: South Downs and the Weald
« Reply #1 on: 08:14:02, 06/11/17 »
Great photos. They bring back many happy memories of walking on the South Downs. Thank you
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Re: South Downs and the Weald
« Reply #2 on: 08:26:08, 06/11/17 »
Great photos Dovegirl, like the heather and gorse one particularly  O0
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Re: South Downs and the Weald
« Reply #3 on: 09:16:21, 06/11/17 »
Very nice, + it doesn't look like winter yet either!  O0

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Re: South Downs and the Weald
« Reply #4 on: 09:23:31, 06/11/17 »
Lovely pictures, Dovegirl.  O0 


What a beautiful part of the country - especially liked the first shot from Ditchling Beacon and the ominous skies over Beacon Hill.  :)

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Re: South Downs and the Weald
« Reply #5 on: 10:04:25, 06/11/17 »
Very nice pics Dovegirl  O0
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Re: South Downs and the Weald
« Reply #6 on: 12:18:53, 06/11/17 »
Wonderful pictures Dovegirl I always love walking a long the Downs  :)

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Re: South Downs and the Weald
« Reply #7 on: 13:53:19, 06/11/17 »
Many thanks everyone for the kind comments    :)    Much appreciated

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Re: South Downs and the Weald
« Reply #8 on: 16:16:59, 06/11/17 »
Echo comments above - really nice photos Dovegirl 8)
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Re: South Downs and the Weald
« Reply #9 on: 22:27:57, 06/11/17 »
Thanks sunnydale    :)