Sheila Bravin had her camera to hand for Paul Brunning's Otford "Figure of 6 Walk" on 25 October 2009and her photographs are below

 

 

Having begun the walk at 10 15 it wasn't long before we found some hilly ground

 

 

 

And being late October Sheila found some fallen leaves

Two photographs of the same subjects at different distances from the camera

Our photographer posed with the fattening Christmas geese in the background

And another of the geese with less human presence!!

In due course the pub loomed, although not all of us chose to eat there

No doubts about where we were!!

Autumn sunshine cast our shadows as we walked through the village

Soon we were back in the countryside and ascending Shoreham Hill

Along the plateau at the top

Looking down on Shoreham Village (three views)

And a wider view of Kent countryside from Shoreham Hill

I was caught on camera for the umpteenth time today, this time cautiously ascending a stile

We had a mid afternoon rest in conditions more like July than late October

Some road walking is always unavoidable

But this stretch at least led to a farm offering an interesting selection of farm products

Tea was sheduled at the Shoreham RAF Museum

And then we returned to the rustic woodland paths of Kent

We descended towards Otford as light began to fade

But Sheila managed a bright shot before sunset

And one not-so-bright

And finally the sun sets on another ramble in the best Paul Brunning tradition