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I went to Beachy Head, UK

March 05, 2007

...and all I got was this photograph of a wigged rock.

N 50°44'32.701", E 0°12'2.923"

Last Saturday was a very sunny - albeit windy - day and ideal for taking nature photographs.

I used Google Earth to find a few picturesque locations in the South East of England. Panoramio.com then provided a layer with geo-tagged photographs submitted by online users which gave me an idea of interesting subjects in the ara.

Sunday came one day later and brought with in non-stop rain. Ideal for organising photographs and (digiatally) developing a few of them.

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