Now. The view of the Seven Sisters chalk cliffs from the beach at Birling Gap on the East Sussex coast. I went down there for a long weekend getaway before Christmas.
The cliffs erode about 0.3 to 0.7 metres every year – that’s one to two ruler lengths – which means that houses have had to be demolished or buildings have had to be moved back from the cliffs edge over the years.
~ Spotted Cow