Ditchling Beacon is the second highest point in the South Downs and has fantastic panoramic views across the weald – a great spot for a family picnic. As the name suggests, Ditchling Beacon was part of a chain of fires lit across the area to warn of impending invasions
Evan James - and James James - who were father and son, of Pontypridd. They were inspired by a deep and tender love of their native land, who united poetry to song and gave to Wales Her National Hymn 'Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau' (Old Land of My Fathers).
This was taken in the Masai Mara. The Wildebeest and the Zebra were building upon the bank waiting to cross. This Zebra became a caught up in the mass of Wildebeest and was looking for the rest of his herd.