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Photos from Essex - Page 1

The images listed here are all taken from the walks featured on this website.

Images from the Walks
153503"Deer" outside the Queen Elizabeth?s Hunting Lodge
153504Warren Pond near to Rangers Road, Chingford
153505Sunlight gleaming on the boating lake, the Highams Park
153506Muddy path near the Boating Lake at the Highams Park
153507Queen Elizabeth's Hunting Lodge, Ranger's Road, Chingford
153508Connaught Water ? a ten acre pond in Epping Forest, Essex
153509Sinking sun at Connaught Water, Epping Forest
169808Path on the Essex bank of Lee Navigation to Carthegena Lock
169809Aquaduct Lock on the remotest section of the walk
172301Carthagena Lock, River Lee Navigation
172305Three Forests Way between Roydon & Roydon Hamlet
172306The Green Spice pub, Roydon Hamlet
172307The church on the hill, Roydon Hamlet
172308Three Forests Way near Roydon Hamlet
174103Brick Lock on the Stort Navigation route, Essex
258601Theydon Oak pub, Epping
258602The Essex Way near Coopersale Street
258603Essex Way near to Toot Hill
258604Village green at Toot Hill
258605The historic Greensted Church
258606Essex Way near to Greensted
274701Start of the walk and into Epping Forest  
274702Typical view on the Epping Long Green path
274703Open countryside near Nazeing Gate
274704View across Nazeingwood Common
274705View northeast across Nazeingwood Common
274706Golf course near Nazeing Gate
274707A view over Nazeingwood Common to the East
274708On the final section of path towards Epping Green
274709View to Nazeingwood Common near Epping Green
292401Renovated sail lofts, Tollesbury
323904Swans on the river Stort, near Tednambury Lock
323905Sawbridgeworth Lock, Stort Navigation
323907Roydon Lock, Stort Navigation

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