(500) Days of Photographs: Day 67

Ditchling Doors

The village of Ditchling sits nestled at the bottom of the South Downs. It has changed very little over the years and, as a result, its history is written in its buildings.

As with my portraits last week, none of these images really cut the mustard individually. However, I quite like them as a group.

Fellow collaborator Richard is still maintaining his superb street portraits over at his blog. Meanwhile my Facebook page and Twitter feed is picking up apace, with daily links to other blogs and photo quotes. Please check them out at the link or via @CKPonderings.

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