On the side of North Downs escarpment above Folkestone is a strange pattern.......
It's an ancient fertility symbol, cut into the side of the hill by our pagan ancestors many thousands of years ago -
Ok, it's past April Fool's Day - it's a design put onto the hill in 2003, made of white slabs. There was controversy with English Nature about possible habitat damage, but - although I love chalk downland - I think it's a great design and will provide a focus on the downs.
There's more information here.
Also picked out on the chalk, the resident pair of Kestrels, male bottom left....female top right. Two Peregrines were also seen today.