I hurriedly snapped this picture this morning using my phone as we were crossing the Eynsford Viaduct. It was a beautiful sunny morning and I loved the long shadows cast by the viaduct supports, as well as the landscape in general of course (although you’ll probably have to click on the picture to see the full effect). The line of trees going off to the right marks the track to Eagle Heights, a bird of prey centre, while just out of shot to the left is Lullingstone Roman Villa.
Apologies for the dirt in the centre of the shot, and the light flare at the top. Hazards of taking a picture through a train window!
A beautiful view on my way home
We didn't expect to see Treebeard!
She doesn't look bad for a 152 year-old
Spring is bursting out all over!
Hic est Wadard