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St Leonards Beach
St Leonards Beach
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These three photos of St Leonards beach were all taken within ten minutes of each other. I could see that Marine Court was reflecting in the wet sand as I walked under the Pier...
Rye Harbour Pill Box
Rye Harbour Pill Boxes
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The Rye Harbour Pill Boxes were built in August 1940. They were designed to house the Vickers Medium Machine Gun, probably two per pill box. Their design is apparently a local variation...
Sissinghurst Castle
Sissinghurst Castle
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Sissinghurst Castle is a house and garden in the care of the National Trust. Situated in the Weald of Kent, it is not really a castle at all. It is more of a moated manor house...
Pierless Pier
The Peerless Pier
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Hastings Pier, was dubbed the Peerless Pier by the Earl of Granville when it opened in 1872. He was right. Even without the superstructure it looks great. Repairs to it are ongoing with it expected to be open in 2016...
Castle Rocks
The Castle Rocks
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When the tide goes out in Hastings, the receding water reveals flat sands. Opposite the castle and extending for several hunded meters along are sandstone rocks. These provide great rock pools...
Ightham Mote
Ightham Mote
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Ightham Mote is a National Trust property near Sevenoaks in Kent. It is a moated manor house that originally dates from the 14th Century. Over the centuries the house has been...
Lewes Land Army Girls
Land Army Girls at Lewes Town Hall
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This then and now image shows Land Army Girls at Lewes Town Hall in 1919. The Women's Land Army had recently disbanded and these women were awarded a presentation medal and parade for their efforts.
Hastings Seafront
Hastings Seafront
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This week's photo is of Hastings Seafront. This was taken on the same day as my recent Black and White post. The haze present...

St Leonards Beach

May 22, 2015

These three photos of St Leonards beach were all taken within ten minutes of each other. I could see that Marine Court was reflecting in the wet sand as I walked under the Pier…

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Rye Harbour Pill Boxes

May 15, 2015

The Rye Harbour Pill Boxes were built in August 1940. They were designed to house the Vickers Medium Machine Gun, probably two per pill box. Their design is apparently a local variation…

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Sissinghurst Castle

May 8, 2015

Sissinghurst Castle is a house and garden in the care of the National Trust. Situated in the Weald of Kent, it is not really a castle at all. It is more of a moated manor house…

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The Peerless Pier

May 1, 2015

Hastings Pier, was dubbed the Peerless Pier by the Earl of Granville when it opened in 1872. He was right. Even without the superstructure it looks great. Repairs to it are ongoing with it expected to be open in 2016…

Read the full article →

The Castle Rocks

April 24, 2015

When the tide goes out in Hastings, the receding water reveals flat sands. Opposite the castle and extending for several hunded meters along are sandstone rocks. These provide great rock pools…

Read the full article →

Ightham Mote

April 17, 2015

Ightham Mote is a National Trust property near Sevenoaks in Kent. It is a moated manor house that originally dates from the 14th Century. Over the centuries the house has been…

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Land Army Girls at Lewes Town Hall

April 10, 2015

This then and now image shows Land Army Girls at Lewes Town Hall in 1919. The Women’s Land Army had recently disbanded and these women were awarded a presentation medal and parade for their efforts.

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Hastings Seafront

April 3, 2015

This week’s photo is of Hastings Seafront. This was taken on the same day as my recent Black and White post. The haze present…

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Fishing Boats

March 27, 2015

Here are some photographs of the Hastings fishing boats. I spent a pleasant hour wandering along the fishing beach trying to find some interesting photos…

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Black and White

March 20, 2015

Here are two photos, one of Hastings Beach and the other of Hastings Old Town, both processed in black and white. The hazy weather had made the colour versions of these images look a bit flat…

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