Vines

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23-Mar-01 • lindsay_randle on Flickr

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Through the vineyard

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23-Mar-01 • lindsay_randle on Flickr

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Vineyard

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23-Mar-01 • lindsay_randle on Flickr

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Glider

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24-Mar-01 • lindsay_randle on Flickr

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Billinghurst to Amberley

Field patterns

14-Apr-07 • Viv Lewis on Flickr

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Billinghurst to Amberley

The South Downs Way above Amberley late afternoon

14-Apr-07 • Viv Lewis on Flickr

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Billinghurst to Amberley

Coming down off the South Downs Way just before Amberley

14-Apr-07 • Viv Lewis on Flickr

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Billingshurst to Amberley walk

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