PaulOfHorsham's photos

  • First Corner

    At Ardingly today for the 3rd round of the Cyclo-Cross National Trophy. The Under 16 Boys hit the first corner and are about to get muddy.

  • St Wulfrans Ovingdean

    A typical Sussex downland flint church. St Wulfrans is recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086. These days, it has its own website.

  • East Brighton

    The view over the eastern suburbs from Red Hill, adjacent to East Brighton golf course. Brighton Racecourse's grandstand is on the horizon on the right-hand side. This formed part of my walking route from Rottingdean, via Ovingdean to the edge of Wooding…

  • Heading back to the city

    Both myself and the number 22 bus were making our way back to the buzz of Brighton from our times up on the downs

  • St Dunstans

    Seen through the trees from the church yard in Ovingdean, St. Dunstan's is a home for visually impaired military veterans. The hospital was built in the 1930s, specifically for blind veterans.

  • The Big Seat

    A pair of carved seats, up on the downs near Woodingdean (Brighton). These were funded by the late Neil Smith, also known as “Bongo Neil”, a volunteer for Brighton & Hove park rangers.

  • Contrail

    Spotted flying high over the Downs near Brighton

  • Hove beach huts

    A Hove beach hut will, at time of posting, set you back up to £25,000.

  • Sailing past Rampion

    The Rampion wind farm is a new arrival 8 miles (13km) offshore between Brighton and Worthing, supplying enough energy to power 347,000 homes from a total 116 turbines. There seem to be occasional boat trips.

  • Prince Albert pub

    A famous music venue in Brighton with a "dead rock stars" graffiti wall, as well as a replica of Banksy's "Kissing Coppers", the original of which was removed and sold (not least due to persistent vandalism)

  • West Pier

  • The Treatment Rooms

    The Treatment Rooms Collective is an art studio in Acton and is home to artist Carrie Reichardt. Trees and parked cars meant it was easier to get a picture round the back than the front.

  • Fight For Your Right

    Slogan in the ceramic tiles round the back

  • Ceramic House of Resistance

    The London taxi has been turned into an artwork called "Zulu VooDoo Liberation" by Carrie Reichardt.

  • Tractor Tracks

    Neat work by the farmer

  • The path we took

    The path down through the corn fields via Devilsrest Bottom to Norton and back to Bishopstone

  • New Barn

    Heading out on a South Downs walk with Dad - the views soon opened up. Another hot day in this endless summer and I think this comes across here.

  • Thistle

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