South Farm Home
There are some spectacular features on, and many more to the north of, South
Farm, as this photograph shows. It almost looks
as if a dragon is stalking over the land but in fact this is the effect of
a low sun over some coombes or valleys. A geologist friend thought that
the valleys were formed much later than the main undulating land; possibly
the chalk hills had collapsed in a time of extreme wetness or seismic
activity - or both.
The next picture shows where South farm is in relation to these coombes.