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Lockdown Walks – No 0 – 4th Nov 2020

  • November 6, 2020

Over the next Month I intend to create a series of Blog posts cataloguing my daily walks during the 2nd National Lockdown. They will comprise almost entirely of images (because that's what I do) to create a visual log of the walks. I hope you enjoy them . . . this one in the day BEFORE lockdown, hence Walk No 0 . . . GREENThis is the 1st of a series of 4 images just showing the variation of colour on the forest floor BROWNThis is the 2nd of a series of 4 images just showing the variation of colour on the forest floor YELLOWThis is the 3rd of a series of 4 images just showing the variation...

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Lockdown Walks – No2 – 6th Nov 2020

  • November 6, 2020

So now we are onto the 2nd day of the 2nd National lockdown and another walk, this time over towards Worth Abbey and back through Worth Forest. A stunning morning and a great day for toadstools and fungus . . . Just a pretty bush with the sunlight shining through it . . . Many fir trees lose their needles, but first they turn a beautiful golden colour . . . Stunning example of moss covering a tree . . . Mmmmmm . . . chestnuts for the stuffing . . . . sooo many to be had! No idea what kind of fungus this is, but interesting nevertheless . . . Rhododendrons flowering in November!!!!...

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Lockdown Walks – No1 – 5th Nov 2020

  • November 6, 2020

A beautiful misty morning This is the 2nd in my series of "Lockdown Walks" and was on a stunning but VERY muddy walk through Tilgate Forest. There won't be many words, other than captions to the images as it is designed to be a visual blog of the 2nd national lockdown so I hope you enjoy the content and will maybe pass it on to friends . . . . see you on the other side! Tree in the mist on the golf course . . . A stunning reflection in a small pond Seagulls taking at rest by the lake at the back of the nature centre . . . Dew in a spiders web . . . The sun just peeking...

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