Newhaven

By: snowgood

Jun 18 2017

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Category: South Downs Way, Walking

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Aperture:f/7.1
Focal Length:35mm
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Camera:ILCE-6000

From the top of the South Downs Way we looked down on North Quay, Newhaven.  It looks grand, but that’s just a fancy name for a refuse incinerator.

We stopped just short of the radio masts for an intake of fruit.

Until a two weeks ago this would have been an unlikely occurrence.

Since joining Slimming World I’ve discovered apples, bananas, cape gooseberries and melon.

I’m not missing chocolate, and I’ve lost half a stone.

Unfortunately by the time we’d stopped here my right heel was chafing inside my shoe.

A plaster was applied, as I mentally congratulated myself for such excellent preparation.

What goes up must come down, and my moment of pride was quickly stymied. The leaflet and map detailing our walk had blown away without me noticing.

Not only that but my OS map only covered the beginning and end of our walk.

Mmmm, were we about to take a wrong turning?

 

 

 

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