Eine landschaftlich interessante Ecke, Nick, die Pfeiler wie eine Installation, dahinter der monumentale Felsblock. Good Place for a walk.. I LIKE this capture. A lot. Gerhard
gerhard weiss, ~ The pillars will most likely be the remains of a groyne build to protect the erosion of the beach ~ Thanks for the like Gerhard ~ Have a good week ~ best wishes ~ nick
Amazing view! LIKE!
nadiakushnir, ~ Thanks for the compliment and like dear Nadia ~ Best wishes ~ nick :~)
Wow, look at those cliffs, Nick, a dramatic scene here, lovely!! a Big like...
warmest wishes, Sarah
Sarah O You are too kind dear Sarah thank you so much QofC ~ and warmest wishes to you too ~ nick
Was parking easy Nick?... did you overlook the beach huts?... Not easy to make something at this distance especially on dull days but you done weall!
Nick Knack Parking was a piece of cake ~ I parked right up the end of the esplanade with all the beach huts behind me ~ I got there reasonably early of course. I noticed your beach huts fut wa snot inspired :))) The only possible plus for taking shots of white cliffs is that you might get more detail of the cliffs as a result of there being less glare ~ well that is my excuse anyway ~ maybe should delete the lot of em ~~~ :)
Nick, don't do such a thing! :) What I meant was that sometime the right spot facilitate things but when the weather is dull is much harder.
What my comment really said but was not inspired :))) Probably like a lot of subjects revisits and studies of different times and light are rewarding ~ just wish it was at the bottom of the garden though :))))
Fantastic place and a good shot! I love the atmosphere and mood expressed in your series.
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Warm greetings, Judy
Lady Harley, ~ I very much enjoyed my visit to Seaford, my walk and later my drive to Beachy Head.
The weather was not too bad and the sun peeped through now and then ~ I'm so glad that you enjoyed this series Judy and thanks for your like ~ Warmest wishes ~ nick
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