After going to Cissbury Ring, it was only right to visit Chanctonbury Ring too.
It was definitely a different experience to Cissbury Ring. This time, the walk started in a woodland area up a hill where I saw a grand tree with its roots exposed. Once up the hill I was greeted by lots of open space. There were many different routes, and I ended up walking about six miles, the trials seemed like they would never end.
Here are some photos I took on my walk, showing my favourite parts:
April is known for it’s abundance of bluebells, and I unfortunately missed them last year as I was working hard on finishing University. This year I’m going to be capturing as many bluebells as I can, and my favourite shot will be featured in my next yearly calendar!
Here are some photos from my first trip to a local park:
I love driving around my local area, and going for walks in beautiful areas. I have a list of places I’ve been wanting to go to for a while, and with restrictions easing, I thought I’d start with one of the most local: Cissbury Ring.
One of my favourite parts of spring is seeing all of the blossom. Walking through parks seeing the beautiful trees with delicate pink and white flowers. It is beautiful up close and from afar, with some blowing in the wind and covering the floor with pastel colours.
In my garden, I noticed that a patch of purple flowers had appeared. Looking closer I realised that they were bright purple crocuses! One of the main things I love about my garden is when new flowers pop up for me to photograph.
Snow doesn’t come often in West Sussex, so when it does, I’m straight out there with my camera. It hasn’t settled much, but I love the lighting on snowy days and how the snow settles on the newly blooming plants.
I started off taking photos in my garden, and then moved on to the local park. It was surprisingly empty of people, and although it was cold, it was worth it!