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Dovegirl

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Some walks on the south coast
« on: 20:19:59, 19/11/18 »
I do a lot of coastal walking so here are a few photos from some of my walks on the Sussex coast this year

The first two are of Beachy Head

Beachy Head



Beachy Head


On the Seven Sisters, looking westwards

Seven Sisters


Cuckmere Haven

Cuckmere Haven


Telscombe Cliffs, between Brighton and Newhaven

Telscombe Cliffs


Blossom on the cliffs above Brighton Marina

Brighton Marina


Fairlight Glen to the east of Hastings

Fairlight Glen


One of my favourite areas for walking is Chichester Harbour, a vast expanse of creeks and marshes. This is a creek near Dell Quay

Near Dell Quay


The village of Bosham in Chichester Harbour

Bosham


Bosham seen from the Chidham peninsular

Bosham


The next two are from a Hampshire coastal walk I did this autumn. I went to Hayling Island, which is linked to the mainland by a road bridge, and walked the Hayling Billy Trail, a disused railway line that goes along the western coast of the island. I crossed the bridge and came into the quayside village of Langstone and continued on the Hayling Billy Trail to Havant Station.

Langstone Harbour from Hayling Island

Hayling Island


The village of Langstone

Langstone


Thanks for looking     :)



















sunnydale

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Re: Some walks on the south coast
« Reply #1 on: 07:48:52, 20/11/18 »
Very lovely photos Dovegirl.  I always enjoy your coastal shots O0
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Re: Some walks on the south coast
« Reply #2 on: 12:54:54, 20/11/18 »
Thank you sunnydale    :)    Much appreciated

fit old bird

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Re: Some walks on the south coast
« Reply #3 on: 17:45:32, 20/11/18 »
Fantastic photo's.  O0   The south coast is such a long way for me to travel, I don't go very often.


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Re: Some walks on the south coast
« Reply #4 on: 20:10:55, 20/11/18 »
Greatly appreciated, ilona     :)

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Re: Some walks on the south coast
« Reply #5 on: 21:12:13, 20/11/18 »
Lovely set of photos, I moved to Bournemouth 11 years ago and have only really gone west for coastal walks but your pictures have inspired to widen my horizons and get over that way to try some walks.

Dovegirl

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Re: Some walks on the south coast
« Reply #6 on: 21:48:36, 20/11/18 »
Thanks rockhopper    :)    Seaford to Eastbourne, which takes in the Seven Sisters and Beachy Head, is one of the great coastal walks of the south east

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Re: Some walks on the south coast
« Reply #7 on: 22:20:05, 20/11/18 »
Thanks rockhopper    :)    Seaford to Eastbourne, which takes in the Seven Sisters and Beachy Head, is one of the great coastal walks of the south east


That one might be my first one then, on your recommendation 😁

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Re: Some walks on the south coast
« Reply #8 on: 22:59:10, 20/11/18 »

That one might be my first one then, on your recommendation 😁

Hope you get a good day for it!    :)