Monday, 15 August 2011

Sea view

Stand by for a geography lesson. The South Downs are a range of low hills running approximately east-west approximately parallel to the south coast of England. It is actually at Brighton where the paths of the Downs and the coast meet and from Brighton eastwards to Beachy Head near Eastbourne, the Downs form a coastline of cliffs. The Downs are not a wide range of hills as can be seen from this photograph. This was taken at the northern extremity of the Downs above Clayton from where the sea can easily be seen.

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