Monday, June 8, 2015

Photos: Over the cliff

I have seen rocky cliffs in adventure movies. A group of brave men battle their odds to climb slippery and wet rocks. The drama behind this act is indeed engaging and energising. In India, I have never come across dangerous and alluring rocky cliffs. Even though I have spent a lot of my childhood near the sea, it was at the end of the flat land. In the English coast, you find a lot of cliffs. You have to walk down a steep path to wade into the sea. Recently, I visited Wales. I took the picture at Anglesey, Wales near the South Stack lighthouse.



Tags: Photos, Wales, Anglesey, South Stack, Lighthouse

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  1. Nice pic..

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    1. Indeed it was. The water had a different color too.

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  3. Woo, what a view ! must have been a refreshing time up there !

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    1. I had a great time out there. It was beautiful. Nature combined with man made structures( lighthouse, bridges etc).

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  4. Nice one Nona. This was something I noticed about England, most of the cliffs I went to were kinda steep and had a perpendicular fall. Kinda like this one. Maybe something to do with the landscape..

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    1. The landscape here is different from what we find in most beaches. The summers are great. The winters aren't

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