Pictorial Ramble



Dear Reader, I promised you a photographic blog today.  I will not be spoiling your trip with words, instead I will introduce you to what you will see.  Ahead of you is a pictorial view of our walk last Sunday.  This is a spot near us in Sussex.  Look out for the Victorian architecture of the viaduct and  far distant view through the many arches.  Glance upon the gentleman talking to Mr Him about his (the gentleman's) ancient yet modern photographic equipment. Spot the romantic couple, the epitome of England, as they find a peaceful spot for a picnic. All of these things we were lucky to happen upon by chance as we explored our local countryside.  

Now join us on our circular ramble then meet me in the garden for a cider.






















14 comments:

  1. Ooooh. Lovely.
    And the cider was very welcome.

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  2. I felt relaxed and all summery just looking at o your photos. The viaduct is superb. Those Victorians knew how to build grand and long lasting structures.

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    1. Fantastic engineers, second to the Romans.

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  3. We are thinking of living in England for a while next summer.... you give me lots of ideas of things I want to see. (and drink ;-)

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    1. If you go to the north there is the Ribble valley viaduct which is also fabulous.

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  4. the fifth photo is my favourite. I love how it all lines up. I wonder what that says about me. That is one of the few alcoholic drinks I can stomach sweet cider.........

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    1. Standing looking through the arches really is awesome.

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  5. I've rattled across that viaduct in the train many times, but never seen it from below before. Looks a lovely walk.

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    1. I rattle across it daily for work. In the Autumn and Spring the fog sits in the valley below the train and it seems like you are travelling through the clouds. We parked near that little gorgeous white cottage you see from the train.

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  6. Beautiful photos, Anna. Lovely to find your blog! Lynne xx

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    1. Thank you. Its good to see greater dimensions to the IG friends isn't it x

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    2. BTW on my trip to Kent today I saw 4 VW campers. I hadn't noticed them before. There must be quite a society of owners.

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    1. It is and even though its only 5 mins drive from us had we walked it before, no! Silly of us.

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