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You chose the type of walk that you enjoy in discussion with me.
In addition, if you book as a group and you have a meeting room, then you might enjoy an illustrated talk on the day’s events from the peter lovett talks programme.
Fees are negotiable
However, at short notice to an invited email list, regular nature walks are lead for free. E.g. see https://sussexrambler.blogspot.com/2019/07/some-bellflowers-on-wolstonbury-hill-29.html
Flat or hilly, short or long, coastal or the Downs, Saxon or Norman churches, butterflies, birds or plants... or perhaps all of the above. Everything is possible in Sussex.
You decide what you would like to see and the length of your walk.
We agree the date. I would then plot a suggested route and agree the distance and elevation using mapping software.
With a day off from rehearsing at Glyndebourne, solo opera singer, François Piolino
joined me in July 2012 to photograph native orchids on the South Downs.
He said that; "The orchids in the Jura mountains of my native Switzerland are beautiful. Sussex has orchids that do not grow in Switzerland and I'm thrilled to see and photograph Bee Orchids for the first time."
In June 2014 Francois enjoyed photographing Musk Orchids for the first time on Box Hill in the Surrey Hills.
And (left picture) in 2017, Burnt Orchids in East Sussex at a secret location.
Dark green Fritillary butterfly on a Pyramidal Orchid, June 2014