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    We are about 17 miles away and have visited Bedgebury several times, including an exciting winters day of Huskies pulling wheeled carts through the woodland section at breakneck speed.
    For Autumn colour we find Sheffield Park is a favourite, the reflections in the lakes take some beating.

  2. #112
    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeAverageReader View Post
    Boardwalk to nowhere.
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    I particularly like this picture. The combination of perspective and the featureless horizon gives the impression of far more land than actually exists. Dungeness has been described as Kent's only desert although it is actually shingle rather than sand.

    Bedgebury doesn't appeal to me so much as it has wood ants in abundance. I dislike ants.
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    Fungi on the march

    Now come on, you on the left, we agreed on a straight line!

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    Final Glow, before they go.

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  5. #115
    Quote Originally Posted by JustRob View Post
    Dungeness has been described as Kent's only desert although it is actually shingle rather than sand.
    I found someone else describing it that way recently, I don't think that sand is a prerequisite of desert, more the inability to support life, there are ice deserts. Mind you there always seems to be plenty of life there if you look. Though the plants are of the tough variety, capable of withstanding wind and salt I have seen plenty of birds and insects as well.
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  6. #116
    The boardwalk= captivating almost
    hypnotic or.....a shot from the Twilight Zone.

    The red leaves are so beautiful in Fall no matter
    where you are. We’ve had a lot of rain lately and
    except for the Red Oak all the red leaves and most
    of all the others have fallen. Yesterday I had a yellow
    and green carpet of Maple and Silver Maple leaves
    in my yard. It was beautiful. Low 30’s now,
    Winter is coming.

  7. #117
    Just now a carpet of snow

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