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Now I know what the Seven Sisters are!

We have just got back from long, tiring hike, with a lot of steep hills. We started near Cuckmere Haven, went up through the Friston Forest and then down to the Birling Gap, going along the cliff path in the Seven Sisters Park back to Cuckmere. 508 more words

Botanical Art

The Tabernacle

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If you haven’t seen the fact-based documentary ‘Zardoz‘ and intend to then this post may ruin it for you. If you wish to obtain a copy then you could do a lot worse than clicking the below link and selecting the first search result. 2,003 more words

The Cliff Walk Challenge

I still find it totally mad to be sipping coffee in the middle of London’s bustling jungle of buildings one day and then walking in the middle of nowhere the next. 283 more words

Adventure Cat

Northeast - A hidden Indian treasure

Northeast is on of the hidden treasures of India. It has always been loved as well as hated by Indians. There is some facts about the north east states which make it most beautiful part of India or we can say incredible India. 107 more words

Arunachal

139a. Seaford to Eastbourne

April and October 2005

If you only do one coast walk in South East England make it this one! In fact in my opinion this is the best walk in all of South East England, not just the coast (and yes I know the Chilterns, North Downs, South Downs, High Weald etc are lovely too). 3,142 more words

Coast

Cuckmere Haven at dusk

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Photography