Tuesday, 4 December 2012

My Kentish Heart



When I think of home, this is what my brain sees.  And when the sun shines, its what you get.  Kent truly has some beautiful spots. In my first few weeks back in England, I spent a lot of time roaming footpaths and remembering my land.

Here I am not a stranger, a traveller or passer through. On the beautiful days when I wander fields and footpaths, I belong.







4 comments:

Alli Campbell said...

I so know what you mean - there is a funny kind of freedom in not immediately identifying yourself with your face, your accent, your inability to understand the local currency. And I LOVE the photos! Especially the last one. The UK countryside is taking my breath away. I hope you're enjoying being home :)

Dusty Soles said...

I am enjoying being home! Although it is strange with all the little changes made in the last two years.

Really hope you enjoy the English countryside. A lot of the time travellers stick to the major cities and don't experience Britain's rural areas.

Jill said...

Its fun to see the contrast between where you are from amd where your travels led you.

Dusty Soles said...

Its a bit of A change to say the least!

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