King Arthur Pendragon at Stonehenge: http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2009/may/03/stonehenge-king-arthur-protest. I like the way modern Druids use mobiles.
My back garden, complete with washing machine that still hasn’t made it to the dump. 25 images stitched in Autopano, then made into a planet using Photoshop with the polar co-ordinates filter.
To be honest, I had not heard of Eynsford before starting this project, however, this walk follows a route that takes you past Eagle Heights and I have wanted to go there for a while now, so it is handy that I now know the way. Eysnford is another example of a pretty little place that would have remained alien to me if it had been for this project. Anyway, this walk starts in the village and heads out across the ford (hence the name of the place) and circles out around Lullingstone Park golf course and Beechen Wood. There are a few uphill bits and at 5 miles, it was more than enough after a two week break from walking.
The viaduct below features quite heavily in the walk as you climb up and walk over the railway line it carries, then on the way back you pass under it. It contains a lot of bricks.
I don’t recall ever seeing a Heron in the wild before, so that was quite a pleasing experience. It was even better to see it lurking near a Trout Farm. Birds really are not stupid.
This was possibly my favourite walk so far – I wonder how many times I shall write that? Go. Enjoy. Buy some sweets in the sweet shop and paddle in the river. If the weather had been nicer I would have done. Honest.