Landscapes - Sussex
Viewed from the village of Wilmington this is The Long Man, a chalk cut hill figure of uncertain age on the side of Windover Hill on the South Downs in East Sussex, UK.
The high water mark around the headland of Head Ledge at Beachy Head near Eastbourne in East Sussex is well marked with algae and seaweed that it can be easily discerned. Here in the foreground is chalk boulder from the cliff now eroded into part of the high water mark with Beachy Head Lighthouse beyond.
Reflections of sunset in the rock pools near Beachy Head Lighthouse near Eastbourne in East Sussex.
Reflections of sunset at Beachy Head Lighthouse in East Sussex UK
The view across Cuckmere Haven past Short Cliff towards the famous Seven Sisters from Hopes Gap with Belle Tout lighthouse in the distance near Seaford in East Sussex, UK
Discarded fishing nets on the beach at Cuckmere Haven in East Sussex with the white cliffs of the Seven Sisters beyond with Haven Brow the nearest and Belle Tout lighthouse in the distance.
A tree surrounded by shingle on the beach at Cuckmere Haven frames the Seven Sisters chalk cliffs led by Haven Brow beyond.
The camera and the painter capture the same scene at Coastguards Cottages, Cuckmere Haven, East Sussex UK
The famous Seven Sisters chalk cliffs of the South Downs at Cuckmere Haven as the tide receeds from the decaying sea defences.
Coastguards Cottages sit on top of Short Cliff in danger of erosion facing Cuckmere Haven and the chalk cliffs of the Seven Sisters.
The tide retreated at Hope Gap near Seaford Long enough to get some views from beach level of the Seven Sisters chalk cliffs. An artist was also putting the finishing touches to two paintings as I left. Interesting to see an image of the view I could see flat on the rocks on canvas.