Eastbourne is famous for a few things: its tallest cliffs in England, stunning views and high rates of suicides.
I only wanted to focus on the lovely views from here and not think about its dark side, although it is hard to miss all the flowers and crosses that have been placed there by the loved ones of the people who had decided to end their lives jumping off the cliffs.
A photo taken from Beachy Head (the highest chalk sea cliff in Great Britain) using a blue filter…
On the bride side, I took the following landscapes on a beautiful sunny day using my Canon EOS 550D and I was very pleased with the results:
From top of the cliffs focusing on the plants with the sea at the background. The ships in the background add a story and a bit of action to this shoot, which I quite like.
An image of the highest cliffs including a variety of elements and objects: the sea, the lighthouse, the tourists and nature.
A close up shoot, focusing on a single element.
I was very lucky to take landscape images from other breathtaking places such as from top of the mountains in Cat Ba National Park, Vietnam. I will be hoping to photograph Haytor Rocks, Newton Abbot in Dartmoor National Park- England next.
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