Going out to lunch with ex-work colleagues at the Swan, but in Lewes far too early so went exploring in the vicinity of County Hall.
A narrow lane led me away from the County Hall buildings, at the bottom it had a cast iron column set in the centre of the passage. I just rather liked it being there.
Heading west from the twitten (its Sussex for an urban narrow lane or footpath) I found a sort of temporary park based on a derelict school site (St Anne’s School). And here I saw a pair of beech trees, close together so they seem to have just the one pattern of branches.
In the last part of the journey to the Swan I passed a building made of a huge range of materials, and having a lot of built history in it.