31 thoughts on “Some photographs

  1. stevebethere May 11, 2021 / 12:06

    Love your photos it’s the only time I get to see the sea heheh! I wore a hard hat just in case 🙂

    Have a clifftastic week 👍

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  2. hilarymb May 11, 2021 / 15:10

    Hi Keith – stunning geological shots … and how true – those and many other cliffs tumble without notice … I found one recently in Cornwall – surprised me somewhat – as I thought they were stable. Carpet gardens are even sadder now! Cheers Hilary

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    • Keith's Ramblings May 12, 2021 / 14:35

      These little ones on Bexhill beach are hardly tall enough to be called cliffs, but like proper ones, they are crumbling at an alarming rate. Shame about the carpet gardens. Thanks, Hilary.

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  3. Christine Goodnough May 11, 2021 / 15:41

    The pictures are lovely!
    And the signs remind me how everything has to be spelled out these days.
    A little flag in the bowl of soup — CAUTION: this soup is HOT.
    Note on ice cube tray — CAUTION: Ice is very cold. May damage throat tissues if swallowed.
    Note on the new knife — CAUTION: Sharp blade. May cause injury on contact with human tissue.
    Note on wine glasses — CAUTION: FFragile. May break if sat or stepped on.

    I’ll quit now. 😉

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    • Keith's Ramblings May 12, 2021 / 14:38

      Nothing surprises me. The other day I bought a packet of salted peanuts and on the bag, it said ‘May contain nuts’! I kid you not.

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      • Christine Goodnough May 12, 2021 / 15:27

        Or the jigsaw puzzle box that announced: “Caution: Contains small parts. Choking hazard if swallowed by young children.” It’s all about lawsuits.

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  4. msjadeli May 11, 2021 / 16:40

    Such beautiful photos! I love that one where the shore curves in the distance.

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    • Keith's Ramblings May 12, 2021 / 14:41

      That’s the town of Hastings across the bay, I often walk along the beach to go there. Cheers, Lisa.

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      • msjadeli May 12, 2021 / 16:37

        You live in a beautiful place, Keith. Do you get a lot of tourists?

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  5. Sandee May 11, 2021 / 23:55

    I appreciate you risking your life to take these photographs. You daredevil you.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. 🙂

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  6. csuhpat1 May 12, 2021 / 03:11

    So very beautiful and wonderful. Lovely shots. Thanks for sharing them with us.

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  7. Cathy Kennedy May 12, 2021 / 13:41

    Keith,

    You’re a brave, brave fella to risk life and limb for the glory of some stupendous photographs! This is either a sign of a great photographer or a crazy person. lol Really, nice job! Have a wonderfully Wild Wednesday, my friend!

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    • Keith's Ramblings May 12, 2021 / 14:47

      Haha, I think the latter describes me better! Thanks for your lovely comment, Cathy.

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  8. capost2k May 12, 2021 / 14:20

    Did you find him?
    Two American Indians, Running Water and Falling Rocks were contending to marry the chief’s daughter. They were given tasks to perform over two week’s time: bring back an eagle feather, a grizzly bear’s tooth and a mountain flower. In five days, Running Water returned, excited that he may be able to marry the chief’s daughter. But the chief said, “We have to wait for Falling Rocks to see if his eagle feather was longer, bear’s tooth bigger and mountain flower lovelier.” And so they waited… and waited… and waited. Finally at the end of the two weeks, Running Water was declared the winner and was married.
    The chief still waited to give Falling Rocks the bad news that he had lost, but the brave never returned.
    And to this day, signs all around the U.S. will tell you to “Watch for Falling Rocks.” 😂
    Great photography!

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    • Keith's Ramblings May 12, 2021 / 14:51

      What a great story, thanks so much for bringing it here. I’m afraid my stroll along the beach was pretty mundane compared to that, but I’ll think of it every time I see those signs! Cheers.

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  9. Memories of Eric and Flynn May 12, 2021 / 14:49

    The sign for the unstable cliff with the man with his hands in the air amused me. I think he would have been better off to have run for his life. There have been several large rock falls in Cornwall the past year. It amazes me to see on the news that people go to look at it, not from a distance though but right up close.
    https://allatseawithme.blogspot.com/2021/05/wordless-wednesday-river-avon.html

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    • Keith's Ramblings May 12, 2021 / 14:57

      It is a rather odd image, it certainly won’t help! On the very tall white cliffs near here, people sometimes sit with their feet dangling over the edge despite frequent reports of massive rockfalls.

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  10. Junie-Jesh May 12, 2021 / 23:22

    The coast is always a great place to explore, even with a hard hat:) Where is this approximately? Great views! Jesh

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    • Keith's Ramblings May 13, 2021 / 10:56

      Hi Jesh, it’s my home town, Bexhill-on-Sea on the southeast coast of England. Thanks so much.

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