CYCLIST'S GUIDE TO THE SOUTH DOWNS WAY
I thought that it would be helpful to put some full size photos and the panorama photos on one page.
Panoramas are 2 or more photos seamlessly joined together. They give a much better impression of the landscape, so I hope that you enjoy them. They do tend to be bigger files; also depending on browser etc, you may have to use the zoom, and then scroll left and right. The panoramas are the 'flattish thumbnails'. They are copies of the ones in the other pages.
From Cheesefoot Head northwards towards Beacon Hill nr. Newbury
From Beacon Hill nr Exton Meon valley across to Old Winchester Hill
Panoramas from Beacon Hill ( large files, originals were 8mb!))
from east (Old Winchester Hill) round to south
from south (Isle of Wight) round to west
Pot of gold at Old Winchester Hill
Annotated PANORAMA from Salt Hill (nr HMS Mercury), Solent, Cheesefoot Head round to Butser. Old Winchester Hill is the fields and hedge beyond the two left-most blue lines; it is not hill on horizon.
Butser Hill a) towards Cheesefoot Head, clump of trees just visible on horizon; b & c) towards the Solent
QEC park towards Buriton
Between Buriton & Harting; 2nd view to Harting Down
PANORAMA: Annotated Butser to Cocking; taken from Poets Stone, Ashford Hangers, nr Steep, approx. 1 mile north of Petersfield (stone is in memory of local poet Edward Thomas, died in about 1918)
Look eastwards over A286 (Cocking)
From Bignor towards Amberley Mount
Amberley Mount from few miles north
Chanctonbury Ring from just west of A24
From Chanctonbury eastwards
From Chanctonbury towards Truleigh Hill
Towards Pyecombe & A23 in dip; Ditchling Beacon to right
PANORAMA: View north from near Newmarket Hill, just south of A27, towards Blackcap to the middle right and Ditchling middle left.
PANORAMA: at Firle beacon, to left (east) is towards Alfriston to right (west) Southease, middle is south.