Monday, June 06, 2016

Wordless Wednesday

Posted Monday June 6

The foot of Beachy Head, Eastbourne, East Sussex, England





Click on pictures to enlarge. It makes a huge difference - literally!






 
















































Wordless Wednesday




52 comments:

  1. Hi Keith - funny to see that view ... I'll be living in that area shortly ... so may well get to see those markers ... I love the wild plants and the chalky cliff ... cheers Hilary

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    1. This is the best time of the year to scramble across there if you like plants. Thanks Hilary

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  2. Beautiful pictures. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Beautiful captures love the detail clear as anything :-)

    Have a beachtastic day :-)

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  4. Lovely flower photos. I especially like the ice plants.

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  5. Lovely photos.I like the photo with stones arranged.It is really fantastic!

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  6. What a beautiful beach! The flowers popping up everywhere are fabulous.

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    1. Yes, this is the most colourful time of the year along there.Thanks Kristin

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  7. Wow, great pictures of a beautiful beach.

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    1. It is - I wander down there often. Thanks Patrick,

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  8. Stunning photos Keith - wish I were at the beach! :-)

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  9. Lovely pics, and I like the idea of full view and then the detail. It does indeed change the picture

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  10. Beautiful photos! I love the flowers.

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  11. The White Beach isn't just white. It has some pretty colors to. :)

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    1. It certainly is extremely colourful. Thanks alissa

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  12. Really lovely pictures of the beach. Nice place you been to.

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    1. ...and it's on my doorstep! It is a lovely place for clambering over rocks.

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  13. Amazing subjects and I love the brightness of your photos! Something that I lack lately as its so gloomy here!

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    1. I picked the right day - it isn't always that bright!

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  14. Beautiful. I love the pink flowers on your 6th photo. Thanks for sharing this piece of the world.
    http://momentsfrozentime.blogspot.nl/

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    1. So many flowers, so many colours, but I'm with you on the pinkies!

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  15. Gorgeous! I've never been to that part of England, but I'll have to visit next time I'm across the pond.

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    1. You really must. It's at the start of the Seven Sisters cliffs, one the most photographed areas of England.

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  16. Absolutely beautiful place and beautiful photographs of said place. Makes me wish I could get back to England one last time.

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    1. it is beautiful, and I very rarely see anyone else there. Come back - one more time!

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  17. love these images- my favorite is the pile of stacked rocks! Have a lovely day!

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    1. I'm a kid at heart and couldn't resist piling them up! Thanks Kathe

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  18. Does it ever make a dif to click on it, wow, lovely. My fav is the rock stack, reminds me of Olaf

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    1. Haha! It took me ages to get them to balance!

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  19. Beautiful scenery along the beach.

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    1. I love it there. Just have to beware of falling boulders!

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  20. Keith, fabulous shots. I love all the colorful flowers nestled in the cliffs and rocks! What a wonderful scenic photo op!

    Douglas Lake Vintage View & Other #Photoart Creations

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    1. it is a delightful place to photograph, and more often than not I have the beach to myself. Thanks Cathy

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  21. Such a nice sense of depth in all of these!

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    1. Thanks for your comment - much appreciated.

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  22. Gorgeous thanks for sharing!

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  23. What's the old story about the picture painting the thousand words?? You've given us a spectacular worded Wednesday! ;-)
    AJ at Ouch My Back Hurts

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    1. I can't thank you enough for your encouraging words

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