Bromley Site of Interest for Nature Conservation series
Downe Bank is a site of Metropolitan importance and proved to be inspirational for Charles Darwin to develop his theory of evolution on the diverse acid chalk grasslands, coppiced woodlands and grazed fields of the area. This drawing takes you along the steep path between the individual fields and areas of nature.
Drawn on A5 Khadi paper in inkbrush pen.
The second image shows the cropped A5 page.