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  • Pat Guyton

    The view from the edge of the earth.

  • Rainer Matthias

    The Edge of the World. Beachy Head is a chalk headland on the south coast of England, close to the town of Eastbourne in the county of East Sussex, immediately east of the Seven Sisters. The cliff there is the highest chalk sea cliff in Britain, rising to 162 m (530 ft) above sea level. The peak allows views of the south east coast from Dungeness to the east, to Selsey Bill in the west. Its height has also made it one of the most notorious suicide spots in the world.

  • Katie Moore

    Beachy Head - Sussex, UK Who knew England had such beautiful places?

  • Lauri Stavale

    At the edge of the world. Beachy Head, East Sussex, England (UK). Image Credit : 2012 Imgur, LLC. - photo via Universe Explorers fb page

  • .danntara.

    Beachy Head > England > Great Britain > United Kingdom > Europe

  • Jennifer Hart

    Did you ever feel like you are standing at the edge of the world? The exact location where this image is shoot is Beachy Head, East Sussex, United Kingdom.  The photographer of this beautiful image is Rhy Davies and image is entry was The Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards 2011.

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