A collection of images of The South Downs National Park
River Arun at South Stoke
Pen Hill trees
Gateway to the sky
Field of curves
Along the way
Gates and Posts
The straw bale
Towards Ashcombe Mill
Towards East Meon
The Seven Sisters
On the way
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The South Downs National Park covers three counties on the south coast of England, namely Hampshire, West Sussex and East Sussex. The South Downs Way National Trail is 100 miles long and starts in Winchester and finishes in Eastbourne.
In September 2013 I had the privilege of walking the entire length of the trail in memory of my sister who died earlier in the year. The vast majority of the photographs in this gallery were taken on this walk.
To read more about the walk here are the links to earlier entries.
Last leg first – Walking the South Downs Way
Windmills on the Way
Less is more when capturing the South Downs
100 miles along the South Downs Way and the 100th Blog Entry!