File:Boulder on the Chalk Stones Trail.jpg

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English: A picture of one of the boulders on the Chalk Stones Trail at Cocking Hill, taken at approximately 1300h.
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Author Photo: Anthony Tan (anthony.tan@greenworm.net). Sculpture/boulder: Andy Goldsworthy
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