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Yesterdays Heather.

You know you’re in love when you can’t fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams. – Dr Seuss.

I love autumn. I love the colours the most.

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Photography

Tale of a Pyecombe Hook

Two years ago I made my very own toasting fork in the forge at the glorious Weald and Downland Museum ( I may have had a little extra help from Sussex blacksmith Martin Fox). 320 more words

South Downs

A Good Mix

There was a good mix of running this week, starting with a pyramid of speedy intervals at the track with Hailsham Harriers on Tuesday evening. While the grass may be getting longer and the evenings shorter, the running’s getting quicker. 178 more words

Running

Ups and Downs of the South Downs Way 50

WOW just discovered this that I didn’t post back in April this year from the South Downs 50.

Judging from last weeks event, I go a lot by feelings and my mental state as this post is rather in the same vein. 1,411 more words

Outdoors

Findon Sheep Fair 2014

This picture of ‘Sheep on the way to Findon Sheep Fair’ was taken by George Garland in 1938 and appeared in the Hampshire Telegraph on 16 September. 126 more words

South Downs

a portal to the other world

I need to do this more often; just wander through landscapes that have strong undercurrents. There’s no excuse as the Chanctonbury Ring is only about an hour away to the west along the coast road. 699 more words

Poetry

South Downs, Brighton

The Beautiful South Downs. Back in Abu Dhabi now after spending the Summer in the UK.

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