Last Wednesday was such a beautiful day that it prompted me to get some fresh air, and armed with camera, I took a stroll along the the Worth Way. Now a seven mile footpath and bridleway which passes through my Sussex village, this corridor of outstanding natural beauty was formerly the route of a railway track which fell victim to the Beeching Cuts in the sixties. Now it provides a wonderful environment for wildlife; I've glimpsed woodpeckers and a kingfisher down this leafy lane and during springtime the banks are smothered with primroses, cowslips and bluebells. The trees are particularly beautiful at this time of year and thanks to the sun, provided a golden canopy to walk beneath.
Linking up with Darren's Sunday Photo.