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Flamingos in lagoon St Mari.
View at The Seven Sisters , Cuckmere Haven and Seaford Head.
The South downs ending at the seven Sisters chalk cliffs.view from Beachy Head to Seaford Head...........................Best view full screen!
Looking down from Beachy Head cliff.
Seven Sisters from Birling Gap to Cuckmere Haven.
Green seeweed surface because of low ebbtide .A majestic chalkwall shining in the lowering sun and above the first clouds of the approaching bad weatherfront : ingrediants for an unusual shot.
An other eyecather is this Landscape of endless downs behind Beachy Head and the Seven Sisters.
Eastbourne Downs seen from Beachy Head.
The cliffs cave in year after year,The pebbles stay , The chalk dissolves in the sea . Look at the Google-map-foto next right and observe the cream-colored stream of water from the coast line spilling out to open sea..
Beachy Head lighthouse under beachy Head cliff.
Beachy Head Lighthouse.Right the highest cliff of Englands Southcoast.
View over numerous sheep grasing the southdowns to the Belle Tout Lighthouse.
PEBBLES of BURLING GAP
An other seven sisters shot and the weather is deterriorating.
Beachy Head lighttower with its feet in the English channel.
The "SEVEN SISTERS" from Birling Gap to Cuckmere Haven and Seaford Head.
Lighthouse Belle Tout on top of the cliff.
View from Beachy Head to Seaford Head in the far distance.
Behind these downs are the famous Seven Sisters chalkcliffs of East Sussex. View from Beachy Head to the cliffs of Saeford Head
East Sussex Landscape.Belle Tout lighthouse.
S E V E N S I S T E R S ....Low tide , Late sun.
The pebbles nearly fell out from the chalky cliffwall.
Each year the coastline is creeping northwards a few feet.The lighttower of Beachy Head used to be on top of the cliffs but every now and then it had to be moved inland because of the caving in of the cliffs.
Eastbourne Downs from Beachy Head to Birling Gap..........Best view full screen.
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