One of the first of what I'm sure is going to be a collection of many photos galleries taken during walks in Kent.
The walk starts from Shoreham, goes west before returning along the river Darent.
During a pretty steep start to the walk. A hillside cross looking over Shoreham.
The view back to the town from the cross.
At one point, this walk crosses one of the fairways of a golf course! I stayed fairly hidden for this shot, as there was someone about to tee-off along this fairway!
A view looking towards the start of the return path (mostly along the river Darent.)
A splendid railway viaduct on the outskirts of Eynsford.
A rather well camouflaged house along the bank of the river Darent.
The gate-house of Lullingstone Castle.
Looking through the Lullingstone Castle gate-house to Lullingstone House. It was out of season here, so this is the closest I could get to it!
A somewhat typical Kent scene. A hop field in close proximity to arable farmland of some sort! The only thing this shot needs is an oast house or two in its background!
A "down to earth" view of the river Darent.
Nearing the end of the walk. I guessed there was a way to view the Church at Shoreham, and also get the hillside cross in the same view (featured at the beginning!) Had to take a detour for this shot!
St. Peter & St. Paul, Shoreham. I'm not sure of the date of the building, but official parish registers go back to 1558.
The primary school, Shoreham.
A rather historic looking building in Filston Lane, Shoreham. I'm not sure of its origin. Maybe someone with local knowledge can let me know?
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This is the other side of the hill we've just climbed, looking down from Meenfield Wood.
A zoomed view looking to Lullingstone House.
This ostler box can be found at the Kings Arms pub. For more information, read the notice!