48 thoughts on “Photographs…

  1. Laurie Feb 12, 2019 / 13:32

    Beautiful photos! Doesn’t look like the 7 Sisters in Oregon! Must be another 7 Sisters. 🙂

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  2. stevebethere Feb 12, 2019 / 13:41

    What beautiful photos I would love a stroll there nice and peaceful, much nicer view than where I am in Marylebone arrrghh!

    Have a scenictastic week and thanks for strolling by 🙂


  3. hilarymb Feb 12, 2019 / 16:42

    Hi Keith – I’ll never be able to post a crummy iphone photo again about those beautiful Downs just up there! Fantastic photos … mind you it might be wet up there now! It is just the most stunning area – gorgeous to be able to access it so easily … cheers Hilary

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    • Keith's Ramblings Feb 12, 2019 / 18:12

      You are even closer than me, but it’s only a bus hop away. No matter where I’ve travelled to, when I come home I can’t wait to get up there again!

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  4. Jeanna Feb 13, 2019 / 00:38

    That’s one heck of a place for a stroll, sir! Those white cliffs are incredible.

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    • Keith's Ramblings Feb 13, 2019 / 01:58

      There are some very steep slopes in places but it’s worth the effort! Thanks Jeanna


  5. Debbie D. Feb 13, 2019 / 08:06

    Gorgeous images! It must be so peaceful there. Thanks for sharing these.

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  6. Carol Feb 13, 2019 / 13:23

    I’d say that is an outstanding view! Beautifully photographed too.

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    • Keith's Ramblings Feb 13, 2019 / 13:42

      Thanks so much, Carol – it’s amazing what you can do with a mobile phone these days!


  7. Sandee Feb 13, 2019 / 13:48

    Wow, what a view indeed. I would love to see this in person.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. 🙂

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  8. Colleen@ LOOSELEAFNOTES Feb 13, 2019 / 15:22

    Absolutely stunning! The ledge is so sharp and such a drop that I get a twinge of anxiety looking at it!

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    • Keith's Ramblings Feb 13, 2019 / 17:30

      The highest one is Beachy Head, which is my last photo and it’s 600 feet high. Sadly it’s also the UK’s most used suicide spot.


  9. DrillerAA Feb 13, 2019 / 15:52

    What a beautiful place to take a stroll or just sit awhile and absorb the beauty of creation. Have a blessed day.

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    • Keith's Ramblings Feb 13, 2019 / 17:28

      It certainly is and I love it up there all year round. Thanks for dropping by.


  10. Anagha Yatin Feb 13, 2019 / 16:56

    I am curious about the name, 7 sisters. Here in India, the seven North Eastern States are called 7 sisters. Though I have not visited that part of my country, I have learnt that its beautiful too!
    7 sisters at your end are damn pretty!

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    • Keith's Ramblings Feb 13, 2019 / 17:25

      It is a series of seven chalk cliffs, but why they are called Sisters no-one knows. In Greek mythology Atlas had seven daughters but I don’t know if there’s a connection. Thanks Anagha.

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  11. catscue Feb 13, 2019 / 22:10

    If you’re going to take a stroll, that would be the place to do it – beautiful!

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    • Keith's Ramblings Feb 14, 2019 / 10:50

      It’s perfect, although some of the slopes are a little on the steep side!


  12. Memories of Eric and Flynn Feb 13, 2019 / 22:16

    These are beautiful photos! I have to say you were a lot closer to the edge in the last ones than I dared to go when we were there last year.

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    • Keith's Ramblings Feb 14, 2019 / 10:48

      I’m not too keen on getting close especially as there are no fences – 600 feet is a long way down!


  13. Beth F Feb 13, 2019 / 22:31

    Wow! Makes we wish I was in the UK. Gorgeous shots.

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  14. handmadejewelryhaven Feb 14, 2019 / 00:25

    Those are beautiful shots and I bet you can find some great Seaglass on that beach.
    Thanks for sharing!

    – Lisa

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  15. Natasha Feb 18, 2019 / 05:29

    Absolutely breathtaking. Thanks Keith for your fascinating posts on #WW.

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  16. Esha M Dutta Feb 20, 2019 / 08:43

    These cliffs almost look like paintings, Keith! But, they’re very beautiful and I’m glad you shared them with us and linked up for our #ww blog hop. I come from that part of the country in India where we have seven North-Eastern states that are collectively called the Seven Sisters, so, initially, I was a bit intrigued when I first read your post title. Hope to see you link up in the coming weeks too! Happy Wednesday and a lovely rest of the week.

    Visiting from : https://theskygirl.com/2019/02/19/sunset-at-fatehsagar-lake-wordlesswednesday/

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  17. XmasDolly May 8, 2019 / 04:53

    I must say these photos doesn’t look like home, but yet another place you have visited on your many voyages. … and you live here??? OMG How terribly breath-taking for sure. I can see why it’s your favorite place to stroll. You are truly a man of the world. Mr. Keith, I am so terribly happy to met you. I love going on vacation with you even if it’s only in pictures/words… it’s been such a delightful voyage thus far. I can’t wait to go on our next voyage. ~hehehe~

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    • Keith's Ramblings May 8, 2019 / 11:36

      I’m really enjoying your company. The world is a wonderful place and I’m blessed to have seen as much of it as I have. They say travel broadens the mind – so true!


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