Have you ever heard of the Beachy Head in East Sussex? It’s a mesmerizing, unique and totally unforgettable spot of chalk headland in Southern England with the highest sea cliff in Britain that rises to 532 ft. (162 metres) above the sea level. My friend Molly is in the area right now visiting her parents and when a few days ago we skyped, she said that as much as she loves the hustle and bustle of the busy city life, each time she goes back home and takes a stroll by the edge of the cliff, she realizes how much she loves the coastline, the sea air that pinches her cheeks and how alive the view makes her feel. Just looking at those images I totally get what she means. Crikey, I probably wouldn’t be brave enough to actually stand by the very edge of the cliff but I would love to spend a day there.
Breathtaking, isn’t it? Have you ever been to England? xo
P.S: Plus, this blissful spot in the British countryside.
P.P.S: And those ivy-covered houses.
(Photos by Francesco Caponera, Laura Gilchrist, Fulham Phil, James, Tim Smalley and via Silly Hook)