Where you were born and brought up often shapes who you become later in life. It is a landscape of a sort that we fit into and identify with, as our roots. People often say ‘I am going back to my roots, to my birth place’ because it’s a place they hold dear.
There are many landscapes that we love; art, architecture, food, culture, people, the list is endless.
But in order for these landscapes to develop into something beautiful, we need to invest time and passion to create that beauty. Can you see a new landscape on your horizon?
Read this month’s Cranleigh Magazine HERE.
Photo: Remains of the West Pier in Brighton © Tony Baker Photographer