Friday, 19 June 2015

Rock Pool, Elizabethan Style House and Fantastic Place

Rock Pool :- Low tide on Saltdean beach which lies a few miles to the East of the City of Brighton on the south coast of England. It was a cold January afternoon, very little colour had been left behind as the bleak weather had sucked the life out of everything replacing it all with a layer of clinging dampness. You could taste the salt in the air, it was thick on the lips. Faint rumblings could be heard out to sea as the storm announced its imminent arrival. The wind picked up and the light slowly faded. It was time to batten down the hatches!



Elizabethan Style House :- Impressive isn't it. Tghis is a view of the back of Scotney Castle which is an English country house with formal gardens near Lamberhurst in Kent. The house was designed by English architect Anthony Salvin (1799 - 1881) and it was built for Edward Hussey between 1835 and 1843. The house, gardens and castle ruins are owned, run and looked after by the National Trust.



Fantastic Place :- This small, narrow pathway through the trees is largely overlooked. Most people that take a walk on the Beacon Hill Nature Reserve that's between the villages of Rottingdean and Ovingdean use the wide pathway that cuts right over the top and runs by the famous Windmill. But there are other various paths and routes that are hidden by the trees. This pathway runs off the path between Court Ord Rd and Longhill Rd and ends up leading you down into Rottingdean Recreation Ground.



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