Photos from Isle of Wight - Page 1
The images listed here are all taken from the walks featured on this website.
|Images from the Walks
|The Solent with Hurst Castle from the IOW Coast Path
|Ferries crossing in the Solent
|View across the Solent from north side of Bowcombe Down
|Swainston Manor, near Carisbrooke
|Quiet lane near Upper Watchingwell
|Great Park Farm, near Carisbrooke
|Tower of St Catherine's Oratory
|High cliffs at Shanklin looking south from near the Chine
|The Isle of Wight coastal path at Shanklin
|The Tennyson Monument
|Looking towards the Needles from Tennyson Down
|Tennyson Down and the Tennyson Monument
|High chalk cliffs near Tennyson Down
|The Needles seen from the Tennyson Mounment
|The former rocket testing area near the Needles
|The Needles seen from the viewpoint
|Alum Bay from the Isle of Wight coastal footpath
|The lane below Tennyson Down leading back to the start
|The beach at Freshwater Bay
|Tennyson Mounment is a splendid viewpoint on Tennyson Down
|Heading west along the cliffs from the Tennyson Monument
|Tennysone Down covered with spring flowers
|Looking back along the coast to Freshwater Bay
|Quarry near the Needles used for rocket testing to 1970s
|The view from the Needles observation platform
|The Needles at the western extremity of the isle of Wight
|The coastguard cottages above Alum Bay
|Alum Bay from the Isle of Wight Coastal Path
|The Tennyson Mounment is located high on Tennyson Down
|Windswept trees on Tennyson Down
|The west and south façades of Appuldurcombe House
|Five Barrows from the start of the walk
|Looking east along the coast from Compton Chine
|Looking west towards the Needles from Compton Chine
|The Isle of Wight coastal path above Compton Chine
|Compton Down ridge track looking west
|Compton Down ridge track looking east to Five Barrows
|The trig point at Five Barrows
|The view east from Five Barrows
|Sheep enjoying the summer below Five Barrows
|Beach at Hanover Point, Isle of Wight
|The ramparts of Carisbrooke Castle
|Downs south of Carisbrooke
|Downland scenery south of Carisbrooke
|Typical IOW scene south of Carisbrooke
|The view north to the mainland from Bowcombe Down
|Trig point on Appuldurcombe Down near Ventnor, IOW
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