Lower part of chalkcliff above the railwayline,-steep SE-ward path below Capel-le-ferne(easterly outside Folkstone),Kent,England UK,-beg.o.Oct.'06.
On occasion of wonderful Sundayexcursion with son and grandsons.-------I'd allowed myself to call this shot 'Father(s) and son(s)and Holy Spirit'.
On my thirteenth return from a car-roundtrip up to the Northcape(Norway),finding these 'southern regions'onceagain ever so 'exotic','warm' and---
yes,---as said above 'p a r a d i s i c' therefore.
Mind you ,--after a recordwarm September,we had plunged right into the begin of a to be recordwarm October as well here.-------
Special,-partly (quite?)untouched habitat all around,with supposedly all chalkloving--or even n e e d i n g vegetation, supposedly rare orchids(?)etc.
One of those I know from the Dover area -a rare, y e l l o w -flowering Iris.
And from the south of Tunbridge-Wells(near Hastings) area the out-of-the-world b l u e b e l l-carpets in spring at similar steep coastline.
Astonished to find,that this my picture
of the earlier (recordwarm!)autumn of the year 2006 appears with at the moment altogether 1911 views my m o s t looked-at one ,herewith my grateful thanks to all the ones giving such honor to scene and surrounding and my grandson Daniel,my son Philip and me,Peter.
As mentioned in the first comment I'd felt tempted to call it :
'Father(s) and Son(s) and (Nature+Universes)Holy Spirit'..........
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Photo taken in Capel-le-Ferne, Kent, UK
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