Monday, 28 March 2011

Downland Walk

Farewell to the egregious Comrade Pickles and a change of tone to English pastoral. The western half of the Isle of Wight is thinly populated and especially scenic without ever being spectacular. This is the line of a Downland walk in spring sunshine from west to east along the chalk spine of the Isle of Wight, beginning at Strawberry Lane (near Mottistone Down) and finishing at Snowdrop Lane (near the village of Gatcombe) where we found a Victorian post box in which to deposit our postcards.

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