Beachy Head

Beachy Head is a chalk promontory and cliff in Sussex.  It’s rather beautiful.  The chalk is gradually being eroded by the sea, so the cliff is slowly retreating.  Since the chalk is composed of the shells of ancient sea molluscs, it’s only right that the sea is reclaiming its own.  We used to live in similar chalk lands in Norfolk in the east of England.

Beachy Head

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