My tour with @simone_wit through South England.
Beachy Head is a chalk headland in East Sussex, England. It is situated close to Eastbourne, immediately east of the Seven Sisters.
The headland was a danger to shipping. In 1831, construction began on the Belle Tout lighthouse on the next headland west from Beachy Head. Because mist and low clouds could hide the light of Belle Tout, Beachy Head Lighthouse was built in the sea below Beachy Head.
Our feature tonight is this great image from the guys over at @kushistore of a magnificent Chevy parked on Catherine’s Hill. Go and check out their store for amazing clothing & lifestyle ranges! •
Photo chosen by: @jcmphotographyuk
Am I the only one who's imagination always runs wild? When I watched this scene at the beach in #Folkestone#Kent I imagined these three women were about to enter a time machine... Where would they go? Well I know one thing: I landed on the right spot. #England I love you! Can't wait to show you more images of our current trip.
Yesterday a hurricane rendered me flat on the sofa, keeping company with intracranial hypertension. Just hope and I hanging together in a sunspot, trusting in a better day. Today a fallen tree cut us off from the world. Just a thirty minute diversion down winding narrow Cornish roads and we could arrive at the other side of the tree. Two parcels to post for our Berlin grand beauties and a cup of tea by the sea would be lovely. We smiled and resolved to enjoy a day at home. Surely it would take hours for the tree to be removed. Then a twist. The fallen tree fell further, bringing down power lines, cutting power to our sweet river valley. I bundled in wool to protect from the damp that settles too quickly between these twenty-four inch stone walls. This converted hundred-year-old barn designed to house chilled Cornish daffodils. I gathered a growing stack of magazines and a warm cup of Cornish tea fortuitously brewed on our camping stove. Three hours passed with no power. Then a flirtatious flicker before the return of silence. I turn now to a neglected stack of sewing and darn the pocket of a favourite sweater. Then another. Rhythmic stitches and quiet gentle thoughts. The echoes of trotting horses across the still river valley. Just hope and I hanging together in a beauty spot, trusting in a better day.
Whichever person in this world took the time to transform a tree hollow into what I can only assume is the entrance to Thumbelina's cottage is a person I seriously need to meet (and hug). What a treat to come across while out wandering!
Off out hunting for new waterfalls 💦 around Scarborough, North Yorkshire on Sunday and ended up in search of the five waterfalls of Goathland.
Upon arriving in the village it was like stepping back in time to 1943 and the middle of the Second World War. There was military vehicles and old fashioned cars, people dressed in army uniforms and ladies in pretty dresses..........it was a great surprise to find it was their World 🌎 War Two reenactment day.
To top off all this excitement it was great to see the Steam Train 🚂 running back and forth between the villages every 20mins!
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