A view from Beddingham Hill on the South Downs Way of Mount Caburn, Lewes and the Ouse valley. Taken on a blustery summers day in August, looking north across the typical landscape of the area in East Sussex. Lewes is the county town of East Sussex. This is a short distance from Iford and a YHA with a good walkers cafe
Looking over the edge of chalk cliffs of Beachy head down to the lighthouse, on a summers day.
A view out across the weald from the South Downs from Mount Harry near Lewes in Sussex. A blustery day wirh billowing clouds driving across the hills and patches of sunlight on the distant farmland
A view from the Downs near Ringmer looking over Farm land known as Little heaven on a cold winters day. Cliff Hill near Mount Caburn and Glynde, now part of the National Park
A view from Hope Gap across Cuckmere Haven towards the Seven Sisters. Beautiful colours in the shallow water lead the eye to the dramatic white chalk cliffs on the edge of the English Channel
A view from the Cliffe Hill on the edge of Lewes with the River Ouse. A view point from the road to the Golf Course.
A view of the South Downs in Sussex. Looking up to the ridge that leads to Mt Caburn Summit from Oxteddle Bottom near Southerham Farm not far from Lewes
The ruins of the Old West Pier in Brighton, Sussex. Taken as a long exposure in moonlight on a clear evening.
A view from Beddingham Hill near Firle Beacon towards Mount Caburn in Sussex. Dramatic clouds dwaf the landscape. In the distance the wind mill at Glyndebourne can be seen.