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Another view of Seven Sisters by annie7

The Seven Sisters are a series of chalk cliffs by the English Channel. They form part of the South Downs in East Sussex, between the towns of Seaford and Eastbourne in southern England. 145 more words

Doug Kennedy on creating the North Downs Landscapes book

I was brought up in Barnes, in south-west London, and if I went to the countryside for the day, or a weekend camping with the boy scouts, the destination would be somewhere in the North Downs, usually near Dorking or Guildford. 971 more words

White Cliffs, Black Forest #5 - Over Hill and...More Hill

Broadway Tower sits above the village (and hill) of the same name in the oh-so-pretty Cotswolds. It came to be in 1798 when Lady Coventry, wife of the 6th Earl of Coventry, happened to wonder if a beacon on Broadway Hill could be seen from her house in Worcester, thirty five kilometres away. 577 more words

Scenery

St Margaret's Bay

Had our first guest in the Old Fire Station, our new holiday home, they seemed to enjoy their stay and left a lovely comment in our guest book. 54 more words

Photography

East Kent coastal haven with the spirit of Cape Cod

On our days off from sourcing and selling HAIKU enjoys meandering excursions into the deeper parts of our East Kent locality. One glorious early summer day we went out on a limb from Walmer to find the tranquil coastal hamlet named… 432 more words

Ah Good The Sea

On my way back to the UK a couple of weeks ago, I had the joy of coming in on the ferry from Dunkirk to Dover and shouting quite loudly to everybody, “It’s the white cliffs of Dover! 150 more words

Ramblings