The Chilterns

as main theme
seeing from a height      England Have My Bones      Prophecies      Ritual & Reason      Suffusion of Yellow
Frisbee      The Charabanc of Trippers      In the Bleak Midwinter     Wayfaring     Infinite Are the Depths     The Walk to Marlow     Ducks & Drakes     I am an Animal     Cover Story     Dwelling in One’s Tribe     I Talk the Walk     Whithersoever     Clouds and simple things      Why do Ladybirds Have Spots?      Woolgathering II      Cornfields Near Amersham Old Town     Belonging      From a nest of terrorists (3)

The Chiltern Hills form a chalk escarpment in South-East England. They are known locally as “the Chilterns”. A large portion of the hills was designated officially as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1965

West Wycombe at dusk, showing the Dashwood Mausoleum and the Church of St Laurence topped by the Golden Ball.

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