Falmer Pond :: Shared Description

Falmer pond is home to a population of ducks and geese. The pond accounts for the name of the village: Old English for 'fallow (pale-coloured) pond' (though the reason for this precise choice of colour-term is unclear nowadays).

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by Paul Gillett
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TQ3508 : Falmer Pond by Paul Gillett
TQ3508 : Flowers by Falmer Pond by Paul Gillett
TQ3508 : Falmer Pond by Geographer
TQ3508 : Falmer Pond by Paul Gillett
TQ3508 : Falmer Pond by Geographer
TQ3508 : Falmer Pond: late February 2016 by Basher Eyre
TQ3508 : Falmer Pond by Geographer
TQ3508 : Falmer Pond by Geographer
TQ3508 : Falmer Pond by Geographer
TQ3508 : Falmer Pond by Geographer
TQ3508 : Falmer Pond in Winter by Paul Gillett
TQ3508 : Falmer Pond by Paul Gillett


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Created: Tue, 10 Nov 2009, Updated: Wed, 11 Nov 2009

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