Tuesday, 4 June 2013

Castle Hill National Nature Reserve

Yesterday I took a local walk around an area of the South Downs National Park on the outskirts of Brighton, just East of Woodingdean. The 9km walk included a stroll through the valley of Castle Hill National Nature Reserve...

Castle Hill National Nature Reserve

.... and then up onto the Downs proper taking in fields of rape.....

South Downs landscape of rape
..... before returning on the path of the South Downs Way. Breezy and cool, but a real feeling thta this sun is at last here to stay!

1 comment:

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