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Last weekend we went on another family outing to a National Trust spot. We’re making the most of it, having only recently joined the organisation.

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Beachy Head Lighthouse on a glorious, sunny day.

Helen wanted to see the Seven Sisters, dramatic chalk cliffs on the South Coast. After getting stuck in horrendous traffic outside Brighton, we eventually arrived.

En-route se stopped off at Beachy Head. It was a glorious sunny day and it looked absolutely stunning. The picture here is of Beachy Head lighthouse at the bottom of the cliffs.

The landscape in that area is absolutely amazing. I think I could have taken photographs all day. Alas, the kids wanted to fly their kite and so I had to put the camera down and help them with this instead. This was no bad thing to be honest with you, kite flying is rather good fun.

I’m linking this up to the #MySundayPhoto linky hosted by the #Photalife blog. Click on the link below to see imagery from other bloggers.



37 thoughts on “Beachy Head Lighthouse”

  1. I love lighthouses, there’s just something about them. I’m not sure I would have made a very good lighthouse keeper – although there would have been plenty of opportunities to take photos, I suppose. Glad you had fun flying the kite too.

    1. I think i’d find being a lighthouse keeper a bit lonely. But the photographic opportunities must be amazing.

    1. I’d never been here before but the view really is superb. I imagine it to be very different on a stormy day.

  2. Notmyyearoff

    The water looks amazing with all those different shades of blue. I’d love to see from that lighthouse. Fab picture!

    1. Delighted to hear you’re in love with the pic! Yes, I imagine the scenery to be very different in bad weather.

  3. Hi John, I love everything about this photo; the colours of the sea, the fallen rocks at the base of the cliff and the lighthouse centered proudly in the middle.


    1. I don’t think it’s that small, just the perspective among the rocks. Great view though isn’t it?

    1. I think I could have spent all day there as well. In fact one guy was flying a drone overhead. He must have got some awesome pictures.

  4. Lisa from Lisa's Life

    A good trip despite the traffic then 🙂 Great photo…can’t remember the last time I flew a kite though!

    1. Eurgh, the traffic almost ruined the day but the views at the end were worth it! Kite flying, by the way, is awesome!

    1. Thanks Sara. i think I was very fortunate with the weather on that day. The sun lit the sea up well.

  5. OMG, I am absolutely dying to see these! this is such helpful information in helping me plan out my own trip. These photos are pretty epic too,
    This place is very beautiful and such a great piece of art. This can amaze every traveler.
    Thanks for such an informative guide.

    1. Thanks Emily, very kind of you. It is a very beautiful spot in the sunshine. i wonder how it would look in a storm? Equally dramatic but for very different reasons I think.

  6. SO beautiful! Looks like the perfect day trip. I’ve been there, but it was many years ago, and I can barely remember it. However, those white cliffs are still vivid in my mind.

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