The Guardian – Three photographs on the theme of ‘Favourite Walks’

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Green Parakeets in Richmond Park. Sometimes, even on a favourite walk, it pays to look up. Perhaps these visitors don’t know that Richmond Park was created by Charles I in the 17th century as a deer park. https://witness.theguardian.com/assignment/539af314e4b011e8e59e9eb3/1544036

Green Parakeets in Richmond Park.
Sometimes, even on a favourite walk, it pays to look up. Perhaps these visitors don’t know that Richmond Park was created by Charles I in the 17th century as a deer park. https://witness.theguardian.com/assignment/539af314e4b011e8e59e9eb3/1544036

Salisbury Cathedral from Pepperbox Hill. Just the start of a long walk into wooded countryside. Pepperbox Hill is the site of the Pepperbox, an octagonal brick tower built in 1606 by a local landowner, Gyles Eyre. In the 18th and 19th centuries, highwaymen waited there to rob horse drawn coaches which had travelled up the hill. https://witness.theguardian.com/assignment/539af314e4b011e8e59e9eb3/1544033

Salisbury Cathedral from Pepperbox Hill.
Just the start of a long walk into wooded countryside. Pepperbox Hill is the site of the Pepperbox, an octagonal brick tower built in 1606 by a local landowner, Gyles Eyre. In the 18th and 19th centuries, highwaymen waited there to rob horse drawn coaches which had travelled up the hill. https://witness.theguardian.com/assignment/539af314e4b011e8e59e9eb3/1544033

Old Winchester Hill National Nature Reserve. A view down onto the longest walk from the chalk hill in Hampshire England with its not yet fully excavated Iron Age hill fort and a Bronze Age cemetery. https://witness.theguardian.com/assignment/539af314e4b011e8e59e9eb3/1544049

Old Winchester Hill National Nature Reserve.
A view down onto the longest walk from the chalk hill in Hampshire England with its not yet fully excavated Iron Age hill fort and a Bronze Age cemetery. https://witness.theguardian.com/assignment/539af314e4b011e8e59e9eb3/1544049

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