The South Downs

Posted: March 20, 2012 in Uncategorized
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A fine spring day dawns in Saelig Sussex. The air is alive with wind driven rain. In sheltered spots there are however, large bees buzzing among the undergrowth. At least it was warm for our circular walk around and up and over Wolstonbury Hill.

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  1. I think I have worked it out now. It’s not a fine spring day. Irony huh? But still if it’s good enough for a walk – does it matter? No.

  2. Sorry, when the weather is like that it’s as close to humour as it gets. However, I did the entire post on my ‘phone, probably why its short.

  3. Trying to help, and extend your settings for numbers of comments. Thanks. For when I am feeling lippy, you know.

  4. Vicky says:

    Was that today? We’ve had a glorious day weather wise, amazing how varied the UK weather can be

  5. pix & kardz says:

    ironic or not, from my perspective this image has a great mood to it. probably not the kind of mood you intended 🙂
    but seriously, why not? living in a coastal rainforest area, i do appreciate a good rainy moment (or days in succession). it has its own charm.

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