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Photos from South Downs NP - Page 1

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101501View along the beach east to Newhaven Harbour and Fort
101502Along the banks of the River Ouse approaching Piddinghoe
101503Piddinghoe Church
101504View from above Piddinghoe up the Ouse Valley
101505South Downs Way- new footbridge near Itford Farm
101506Ouse Valley from the flanks of Beddingham Hill
101507Red Lion trig point and Beddingham Hill
101508Ouse Estuary Nature Reserve
103801Walking from Southease east to the South Downs
103802View to Southease on South Downs Way
103803Grazing sheep on Beddingham Hill on the South Downs
103804View to Beddingham Hill from Firle Beacon, South Downs Way
103805South Downs Way between Firle Beacon & Bostal Hill
103806Chalk escarpment, South Downs near Bostal Hill
103807Bridleway leading to Norton
103808View towards Poverty Bottom
135701On the South Downs Way approaching Cuckmere Haven
135702Reflections in water at Seven Sisters Country Park
135703Looking towards Seaford on approach to the Seven Sisters
135704Approach to Beachy Head on the Seven Sisters Walk
135705Combe Hill on the descent to Jevington
135706Cuckmere Meanders as seen from near the end of the walk
146601View from Amberley Mount.
146602Straw bales, South Downs.
146603Rackham Hill on the South Downs east of Amberley.
146604Wepham Down
146605Sign post for Arundel
146606River Arun and Arundel Castle
146607South Downs, towards Rackham Hill
146608Arundel Park
146609Pile of logs and Amberley in the distance
163301Firle Tower, Firle
166701Heading East along the South Downs Way near Chantry Hill
166702Looking south from the South Downs Way towards Harrow Hill
166703Looking north west from the west side of Harrow Hill
166704Dead tree near Lee Farm
166705The wet oil seed rape fields north of Lee Farm
177001Southease, the church with an unusual round tower
177002The narrow path from Mill Hill towards open downs
177003View from Mill Hill to Front Hill.
177004Yellow flowers alongside South Downs Way
177005View to Weald & Kingston from the Downs
177006A dew pond alongside the South Downs Way
177007A sight over the South Downs and the Weald
177008Path leaving the Downs near Falmer
177009Near Falmer, a farmhouse on the lower slopes of the downs
177010South Downs Way approaches Falmer
177011The South Downs is predominantly working farmland
178201View of Steyning from Steyning Round Hill
183501Bridleway to Didling Hill
185801Steyning from the gate on Steyning Round Hill
185802On the crest of the Downs approaching Steyning Round Hill
185803Looking east to the Adur Valley and beyond
185804Typical view over the Weald of Sussex from the South Downs
185805Chanctonbury Ring
185806The trig pillar on the summit of Chanctonbury Hill
191701On the South Downs Way near Amberley
191702Approaching Rackham Hill on the South Downs Way
191703Looking back from the ascent to Amberley Mount
191704Path to Amberley Mount

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