A walk in the countryside around Tenterden

It was a hot August day as we trundled slowly off on foot into the countryside surrounding Tenterden. Water at the ready, hat on. The countryside quietness soon hit us, just the birds singing along for company. Over the fields, along the banks, over the railway line peering carefully along the track at Haystacks Crossing for any steam trains approaching, cows and sheep eyeing us up at every opportunity, stinging nettles galore. Is that a bull! I wont stop and take a photo! Moving swiftly on, passing the odd steam engine graveyard, and nearby the sewage works. It always amazes me how inquisitive cattle are and how easily they are spooked, so gently does it, creeping along gently with haste! All too soon back into Tenterden High Street.
Tenterden countryside, tree

Tenterden countryside, stop, look and listen

Tenterden countryside track

Tenterden countryside bridge

Tenterden countryside wagons
Tenterden Countryside, engine
Tenterden countryside BillTenterden Countryside

Tenterden High Street