Today’s Picture: 28 Sep 20

The white cliffs of Dover are famous, of course. But there’s another stretch of chalk cliffs in the UK, the only other one, at a place called Flamborough, East Yorkshire.

Each year, I take a complete break from the internet. I’m deluded into believing it keeps me sane. However, earlier this year, I made a commitment to post a picture of the outdoor world every day, to share with people stuck indoors.

So, I’m scheduling those posts. They’ll appear as usual, but I won’t be able to response to any comments you may feel inclined to make. Sorry about that!

If you’re a visitor here, please be kind to those trapped indoors, and share this widely on social media, so they can enjoy it. Thank you.

3 thoughts on “Today’s Picture: 28 Sep 20

    1. Thanks, TasView. Just around the end of this stretch, there’s a further chalk run, Bempton, that acts as a conservation area for thousands of domestic and migratory seabirds, so it’s a pretty vital resource for nature conservation.

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