Devil’s Dyke, the endless view | 魔鬼堤,一望無際的平原

Devil’s Dyke, its breathtaking stunning scenery, is the paradise for the country walkers, and the cyclist.

“Legend has it that the Devil dug this chasm to drown the parishioners of the Weald. On the other hand, scientists believe it was formed naturally just over 10,000 years ago in the last ice age.”

_from National trust

When I stood on this plain and looked at this endless scenery, I imagined that God had discovered the devil’s plan in time, and he struck the devil into a grave that he can never revive. There is no running water in the valley now, just full of the wild flowers and plants.

魔鬼堤,是個一望無際的平原,擁有令你目定口呆的景色,是喜愛郊野步行者的桃園,騎單車人士的好去處。

“傳說魔鬼一斧砍掘了這個鴻溝,想把威爾德教區的居民淹沒。另一方面,科學家認為它是在一萬年前的最後一個冰河時代自然形成的。”

當我站在這片平原上看著這一片無邊無際的天地的時候,我想像著天神及時發現了魔鬼的計劃,他將魔鬼打入了永不超生的墳墓。現在這個山谷沒有溝流,只是滿佈了花草的原野。

I imagine this is the Devil’s Tomb 我想像的魔鬼墓穴
The endless view makes us look so small… 走在這無邊際的平原上,我們都顯得渺小了。

 

 

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