Fairfield Church is on Romney Marsh just south of Appledore. This tiny church sits in the middle of a field surrounded by water filled ditches. It makes a spectacular spot for sunrise and sunset photos and as a result is … Continue reading
Newark Priory near Ripley in Surrey is close to the River Wey. Passing by on a bike ride it made for a lovely photo.
This photo was taken on an evening walk on the Greensand Ridge in Kent near Sevenoaks. The light and wind on the barley always makes for a good picture.
I have no-idea what type of butterfly this was but it was so intent on licking the salt (I presume) from a friends hot tub lid that it didn’t mind me standing close enough to photograph it. Edit – a … Continue reading
The 2014 Eridge Horse Trials had some lovely weather on the Sunday when I visited. Set in beautiful parkland in East Sussex.
This photo was taken near Brighton in the shadow of the south downs.
Batemans is the home of Rudyard Kipling. The National Trust property in East Sussex is a 17th Century house surrounded by gardens, woodland and countryside. It also features a watermill that produces bread flour.
The Torre del Oro or Golden Tower is a medieval guard tower built to guard the canal in Seville.
One of the nice features of Sissinghurst garden is the excellent National Trust restaurant. They grow a large amount of their own vegetables in a nearby garden. The view from here to the castle and farm buildings is also very … Continue reading
The weather has turned again, but interesting clouds and bright green spring growth have made the Kent countryside a beautiful place for a walk.
The main house at Bayham on the Kent and Sussex border is particularly impressive. It’s now private flats but its grounds include the impressive ruins of Bayham Abbey.
Scotney Castle estate has some great woodland walks. The Blue Bells are looking really good this year.
Bayham Abbey is a ruined abbey nestled in some lovely countryside on the Kent / East Sussex border. Managed by English Heritage the site is much larger than I was expecting and in better condition than other ruined abbeys I … Continue reading