South England, from Brokenhurst to Brighton

South England, from Brokenhurst to Brighton

For many years now I have dreamt of buying a restored VW camper van and touring England. Over the years I’ve been so busy visiting other countries that I have not made enough effort to get to know my own. One region that I do know fairly well though, is the area...
Snowed in!

Snowed in!

With Halloween and Bonfire Night having come and gone, autumn will soon be turning to winter. While I love the warm sunny weather of the summer there’s nothing as invigorating as a walk in the autumn sunshine when the air is crisp and clear or a walk in the...
The Lobster Pot

The Lobster Pot

Since I started ‘Travel with Kat’ last September, with just a few exceptions, I’ve rarely written about the area I live in. With so many beautiful places nearby this seems a shame so here is my first post dedicated to the beautiful county I call home...
Freezing movement | Getting down and dirty with the ducks!

Freezing movement | Getting down and dirty with the ducks!

I took this shot while visiting Arundel’s Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre in West Sussex, England. There are many beautiful birds there to photograph but one of my favourite images from the day was of this mallard, a very common duck in England. I love how this...
A typical English fete with a twist

A typical English fete with a twist

Last summer I discovered the Weed and Wild Flower Festival in a little village in the Sussex countryside. A wonderful fantasy woodland had been recreated inside Bignor’s ancient church. I can’t imagine how long it took to build (or clear up!) but the...
16th century ‘take-away’ at a fascinating living museum

16th century ‘take-away’ at a fascinating living museum

This weekend the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum at Singleton near Chichester in West Sussex, hosts its annual Christmas Market. The museum, in the heart of the South Downs National Park, is a wonderful collection of nearly 50 buildings that have been painstakingly...

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