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The Wealdway long distance footpath

Images taken by me as I walk along the Wealdway Long Distance Footpath.
Anyone investigating the route of The Wealdway,will immediately discover that for some inexplicable reason,those who came up with the route,start it at the riverside in Gravesend.Why? I ask you as this,due to population expansion,means having to walk through the streets of Gravesend and alongside a dual carriageway to escape the clutches of the town.Far better to start/terminate at the south-east corner of the A2/A227,by the motel.As from that point,there is open countryside.Or,as I've done,from the new footbridge over the High Speed Raillink.
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A  dub, reflected.
A dub, reflected.
Mist  in  a  distant  valley.
Mist in a distant valley.
A  lonesome  pine, but  it  could  be  a  fir  tree.
A lonesome pine, but it could be a fir tree.
Another  pathside  dub.
Another pathside dub.
Typical  scenery  in  the  Ashdown  Forest.
Typical scenery in the Ashdown Forest.
Me,  with  my  companions.
Me, with my companions.
An  innominate  stream  and  waterfall
An innominate stream and waterfall
Eddie  on  the  Roman  Road.
Eddie on the Roman Road.
Ashdown  Forest  to  the  South  Downs.
Ashdown Forest to the South Downs.
A  wayside  foxglove.
A wayside foxglove.
Old  Lodge  and  Old  Lodge  Farm.
Old Lodge and Old Lodge Farm.
The sheep are in possession of the shade.
The sheep are in possession of the shade.
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