Gallery : Edge of Land

The boundary between the land and rivers, lakes and oceans is the primary erosion zone sculpting the topology of the local environment. With the tides, erosion and weather it is a constantly changing environment offering endless photographic opportunities.

Late evening at Cuckmere Haven

Sisters

Late evening at Cuckmere Haven

An autumn sunset at Birling Gap

Birling sunset

An autumn sunset at Birling Gap

An autumn sunset from the Beach at Birling Gap

Birling flush

An autumn sunset from the Beach at Birling Gap

A low winter sun illuminates the chalk cliffs at Birling Gap

Birling gilt

A low winter sun illuminates the chalk cliffs at Birling Gap

Arundel Castle and the River Arun on a November afternoon

Autumnal Arundel

Arundel Castle and the River Arun on a November afternoon

The chalk bedrock platform catches the reflected light of the sky shortly after sunset at Birling Gap

Birling bedrock

The chalk bedrock platform catches the reflected light of the sky shortly after sunset at Birling Gap

Diffuse light through high cloud brings out the creamy soft colour of the chalk cliffs at Birling Gap

Birling creamy cliffs

Diffuse light through high cloud brings out the creamy soft colour of the chalk cliffs at Birling Gap

Arundel Castle and the river Arun on a winter morning.

Calm on the Arun

Arundel Castle and the river Arun on a winter morning.

An evening view of the Seven Sisters cliffs from Seaford Head

Seven Sisters topography

An evening view of the Seven Sisters cliffs from Seaford Head

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