A Winters Day

Yesterday was a pretty warm day in Sussex for late February. The day started with a temperature of 7*C. The land was shrouded in early morning mist, unusually it seemed to have no top to it as I ventured up Cissbury Ring and no clear sky or sunshine was in evidence. The mist cleared and the temperature rose around lunchtime allowing me to take to the countryside and start clicking.

The Road to Somewhere, well actually its between Fulking and Poynings at the back of the South Downs.
The Road to Somewhere, well actually its between Fulking and Poynings at the back of the South Downs.
The hill above Fulking looking towards the Dyke
The hill above Fulking looking towards the Dyke

Next, down to Worthing, a stroll along the promenade and onto the Pier to observe and capture the natives. Fairly bright light but the wind/breeze was still a bit chilly.

A bit of fun and frolics on the beach near the pier.
A bit of fun and frolics on the beach near the pier.
Worthing Dome and two of the locals.
Worthing Dome and two of the locals.

 

 

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2 thoughts on “A Winters Day

    • barrygoble February 22, 2017 / 5:16 pm

      Hello Reuben. Thanks for the comment, which Fulking shot do you refer too – The road or The hill ?
      Barry

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