Monday, July 11, 2016

Wordless Wednesday

Posted Monday July 11

Once again I am staying close to my home and taking you for a walk from Eastbourne to Seaford, England.



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Wordless Wednesday


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27 comments:

  1. I see this a lot of times in movies and I really want to see this place in real life! Thanks for sharing. Lovely lovely set of photos of a stunning view. And the weather is gorgeous too!

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    1. The cliff top cottages have been used endless times as location shots, most recently in the last series of Luther when he supposedly lived there!

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  2. The white cliffs are magnificent. I have seen pictures of them before and I would like to see them in person.

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  3. What beautiful photos and all that fresh air not like here in Marylebone arrgh heheh!

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  4. What amazing shoreline, beautiful photos!!
    Thank you!

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  5. I love your photos; I've only seen England in photos and movies. Wish I could walk there.

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  6. Wow, what a stunning walk. What beautiful photos you took. Amazing.

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  7. Your photos are beautiful! Have a fantastic week!

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  8. Thanks for the invite to join you on your walk. What incredible views and gorgeous images.

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  9. I have never seen cliffs like that. They are wonderful! This is a walk I have to consider int he future.

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  10. Beautiful photos! what a lovely place.

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  11. That's an area I know very well and I will be back beginning August !

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  12. Oh my! You picked the perfect day for our ramble. Thanks for taking us along.

    http://readerbuzz.blogspot.com/2016/07/les-signes-in-france.html

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  13. Such a beautiful part of the coast line. Such fond memories of this place

    Mollyxxx

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  14. Truly amazing photos! Beautiful!

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  15. I'm with Teresa. ~grin~ Thank you for sharing these lovely images.

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  16. Keith, the cliffs are so white from a distance. Why is that? These are amazing shots! This is a lovely spot to photograph. It's very different from my usual woodsy mountain setting that I photograph. Thanks for sharing and linking with me today!

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  17. Lovely! You've made me feel nostalgic for my homeland... and I particularly love that last photo of the folk sitting on the bench... so very English! :)

    Susan at
    Travel, Fiction and Photos

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  18. What a stunning view! I wish the ocean was that color in Delaware.

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    1. It's probably grey more often than blue Kristin! I chose a good day.

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  19. What a great walk! With a stunning day to match!

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  20. Those photos are just gorgeous. Thanks for sharing them.

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