Some pictures of the people and places.
Barley ripening in a Surrey field.
The Lovelace Bridge over the Dorking Road. (Photo: D Newman)
Spring: a view of the North Downs from the south. (Photo: D Newman)
The side view of Box Hill. (Photo: D Newman)
Summer: looking east along the North Downs - the way the pilgrims went. (Photo: D Newman)
The Wey and Arun canal in Sidney Wood, near Dunsfold. (Photo: D Newman)
Silent Pool, famed in song and story..... (Photo: D Newman)
Climbing up to Box Hill, early on a May Day morning.
Autumn: beech trees near Vale End. (Photo: D Newman)
About to set off in our favourite coach for a walk near Alfriston, Sussex.
Winter: fields and trees near Chipstead. (Photo: D Newman)
The group outside the pub in Chalton, Hampshire - another coach ramble out of our usual territory.
Forward! For Queen, Country..... and Effingham Junction. (Photo: D Newman)
Orchids seen on our walks. (Photos: J Wood)
Autumn: some of the fungi we saw during our walks in Autumn 2015. (Photos: J Wood and others)
The light at the end of this green tunnel is... Redhill Common. (Photo: D Newman)
Summer: and the corn's as high as a medium-sized dog's eye. He is evidently keeping his head down...
Some of the group posing by the War Memorial on Oxshott Heath, Surrey, in February 2017 (Photo: J Wood)
A winter walk along the Wey (Photo: J Wood)
A collage of spring flowers (Photos: J Wood)
Summer: Refreshment stop on the Hogs Back near Guildford - a 5-spot burnet moth who had emerged from chrysalis only that morning browsing on the wild marjoram (Photo: J Wood)
A stroll along a quiet lane in early spring sunshine (Photo: P Cooper)
Early summer 2017: orchids at the old lime quarries, Betchworth. (Photo: J Wood / D Newman)
Summer: crossing the River Thames by ferry near Marble Hill, with The Star and Garter in the background
Summer 2017: a banded demoiselle by the Wey and Arun canal. They like a muddy bottom. (Photo: J Wood)
Spring 2017: Blackthorn in bloom on the North Downs Way (Photo: D Newman)
Autumn: Bracket fungus bursting out of an old beech tree...