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Ghosts of Hastings
Ghosts of Carlisle Parade
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Carlisle Parade has remained relatively unchanged in the years since this military parade took place. The question here is what is the military parade for?
Royal Military Canal
Royal Military Canal
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The Royal Military Canal stretches 28 miles from Cliff End at Pett to Seabrook at Hythe. This canal wasn't created for trade however. It was built as a defensive line, a third line of defence against the expected invasion by Napoleon...
Bluebells
Bluebells
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It is that time of the year when Bluebells have bloomed. They can be found in many parts of Europe, from Spain to Germany and they have been introduced...
Rye Church
The View from Rye Church Tower
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The view from Rye Church Tower is fantastic and worth experiencing if you ever visit the town. It is accessed from inside the church for a small fee. The climb to the top takes you through very narrow...
Union Flag
Flying the Union Flag
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There are two Union Flags on the seafront in front of the De La Warr Pavilion. They stand out as the contrast well with the white painted cuplolas they stand next to...
Birds on a Wire
Birds on a Wire
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I liked this view of birds on a wire. The telephone pole and wires created interesting angles in the frame. It was taken at Winchelsea Harbour.
Cloud Formations
Cloud Formations
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Several hefty cloud formations moved across Sussex earlier this week. These were patchy however and blue skies appeared in between the showers...
Battle of Britain Memorial
Battle of Britain Memorial
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The Battle of Britain Memorial at Capel-le-Ferne, Kent was built in 1993. The site is built on the White Cliffs and commands excellent views over the Channel and Folkestone...

Ghosts of Carlisle Parade

May 20, 2016

Carlisle Parade has remained relatively unchanged in the years since this military parade took place. The question here is what is the military parade for?

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Royal Military Canal

May 6, 2016

The Royal Military Canal stretches 28 miles from Cliff End at Pett to Seabrook at Hythe. This canal wasn’t created for trade however. It was built as a defensive line, a third line of defence against the expected invasion by Napoleon…

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Bluebells

April 22, 2016

It is that time of the year when Bluebells have bloomed. They can be found in many parts of Europe, from Spain to Germany and they have been introduced…

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The View from Rye Church Tower

April 15, 2016

The view from Rye Church Tower is fantastic and worth experiencing if you ever visit the town. It is accessed from inside the church for a small fee. The climb to the top takes you through very narrow…

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Flying the Union Flag

April 1, 2016

There are two Union Flags on the seafront in front of the De La Warr Pavilion. They stand out as the contrast well with the white painted cuplolas they stand next to…

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Birds on a Wire

March 12, 2016

I liked this view of birds on a wire. The telephone pole and wires created interesting angles in the frame. It was taken at Winchelsea Harbour.

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Cloud Formations

March 4, 2016

Several hefty cloud formations moved across Sussex earlier this week. These were patchy however and blue skies appeared in between the showers…

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Battle of Britain Memorial

February 27, 2016

The Battle of Britain Memorial at Capel-le-Ferne, Kent was built in 1993. The site is built on the White Cliffs and commands excellent views over the Channel and Folkestone…

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Workout near the Royal Victoria Hotel

February 19, 2016

The image shows a group of soldiers who are convalescing in Hastings being trained by instructors opposite the Royal Victoria Hotel, St Leonards…

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Storm Imogen

February 13, 2016

I didn’t have time to get down to the harbour arm to witness Storm Imogen smashing against it. Instead I briefly stopped down by Azure and took some photos down there.

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