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For those who long to walk down ancient paths, these are photographs from a few different locations which share a similar presence.
The charm of this walk in Dorset began early with this wonderful tunnel of leaves and wood.
35mm, f2, 1/125, ISO 320, August 2017
Through the ground
Sunken into the ground these pathways have an ancient presence. Fallen trees lay across the rim of the path forming an archway to the next section.28mm panorama, f2.8, 1/60, ISO 100, August 2017
A fellow walker passes between these low cliffs ahead of me...28mm, f2.8, 1/80, ISO 320, August 2017
... and is then gone, leaving me alone again.
28mm panorama, f2.8, 1/25, ISO 100, August 2017
Quite hidden away, this passage runs along a right of way through Swanscombe Marshes, Kent. In the area outside there are abandoned industrial works and very few visitors.135mm, f2.2, 1/800, ISO 320, September 2017
I wondered how many visitors are required to hold back the encroaching walls.
111mm, f4, 1/320, ISO 500, September 2017
The sun back-lights a glorious, high, green corridor of trees in Brittany.35mm panorama, f2.8, 1/80, ISO 500, August 2017
The ground here is tilted with yew trees and tree roots weaving their way through the sides of this path in Kent.35mm panorama, f5, 1/60, ISO 400, November 2017
Copyright Tim Hoe