September 25, 2011 in The Great Outdoors

Seven Sisters

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I’ve been cooped up all weekend as I came down with some sort of cold/flu and thought it best to rest with a view to recovering. Most unfortunate, as it has turned out to be a great weekend weather wise.

Anyway, now that I’ve installed the new Facebook profile timeline, using downtime to re-familiarise myself with everything I’ve written on Facebook since joining in 2006. I’ve also spent a great deal of time looking through my photographs. Below is one of my favourites taken while on a hike to view the Seven Sisters.

If you’re not familiar, the Seven Sisters are a series of chalk cliffs by the English Channel. They form part of the South Downs in East Sussex and are just beautiful. On this particular day back in May when we visited, it was very windy but still very picturesque.

You can view more of my pictures from this hike via my Facebook Eastbourne, Seven Sisters Chalk Cliffs & Brighton album.

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