Taken on Butser Hill look towards West Sussex to the left and the Surrey Down to the right
Monthly Archives: October 2022
The winds have stripped the leaves. Taken on top of Butser Hill in the South Down National Park.
Leaves are on the change
The coming of Autumn leaves are starting to change colour and fallen to the ground. Taken in Queen Elizabeth country Park in the South Down National Park.
Taken at Queen Elizabeth Park South Down National Park whilst out walking my dog
Taken in Keswick in the Lake District. Wet weather approaching
All cyclic movement
The circle is a universal symbol, and as a circle it has no beginning and no end.
A 14th Century moated castle built in 1380 in East Sussex countryside. It was built by Sir Edward Dalyngrigge ,a former Knight of Richard 111. There are rumour’s of ghost haunting the castle, a lady in red has been seen in one of the windows in the towers. Today the National Trust run and look after the castle.
Taken from Butser Hill in the South Down National Park
Her hair was a mess and her lick stick smudged, but she had to confess she loved his touch. Femy.
I took this photo at Whipsnade Zoo
A court jester, the fool or joker during the Middle Ages entertaining the household of noblemen or a Monarch.