▪︎ Seven Sisters Cliff, UK ▪︎
Located in Sussex on the south coast of England, the undulating cliffs also known as the Seven Sisters are a stunning nature attraction, enticing both locals and tourists to visit. If you want to escape the crowd in London, take a day off to enjoy the views and sea-breeze!
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Can you title this photo for me?
I have been thinking about it for a while and I’m struggling to find a meaningful title to post for this photo as looking at it just make me hungry and distracts me, doughnuts are so unhealthy but they do taste good sometimes! Perhaps I should call it Sugar Addiction.
I took his photo the other day as I was filming for the ’Night Photography” module of the Mobile Photography Course we are developing (to be released very soon!!) and I just really liked the reflection of this colourful doughnut truck in the water. And perhaps this is what this photo is about (aside from my addiction to sugar) that you don’t always have to be in an exotic place to find something interesting to share.
In this case I was so excited about taking the photo (the security guards came to ask my what was I doing on the floor like that) that I forgot about the doughnuts and ended up not buying one. . . . . . . .
Montpellier Rotunda and Pump Room, Montpellier Walk, Cheltenham a former pump room with a reading room and billiard room. The section facing Montpellier Walk was built 1817 by Underwood, Rotunda added 1825-6 by Papworth who modelled it on the Pantheon, Rome. Constructed of brick faced with ashlar, copper domed roof. Details include Doric colonnade with narrow shafts on raised plinths with attic bases and caps with echinus and abacus, balustraded parapet with urns to corners and lion couchant, dome with lantern light.
🎅🏽🎅🏽🎄🎄🎅🏽🎅🏽 Santaclauslondon checks on the reindeer. Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner and Blitzen and of course Rudolph. You try remembering those names after a few sherries!!!😂🎅🏽🎅🏽🎄🎄🎅🏽🎅🏽
🎅🏽🎄🎅🏽 Collaboration @dimitar_hr & @mumhad1ofthose🎅🏽🎄🎅🏽
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The River Clyde has always played a pivotal role in the city of Glasgow's life.
Nowadays the Clyde is a real focal point for leisure activities, with a string of attractions along its banks, including the spectacular titanium-clad trio of buildings that comprise the Glasgow Science Centre as well as the Tall Ship at Glasgow Harbour and a plethora of restaurants and leisure options including a casino at Springfield Quay.
Pictured above is the Finnieston Crane, it is disused but remains as a nod to Glasgow's industrial past.
Festive magic from @ananewyork this morning to brighten up your Sunday ✨
What’s everyone up to this weekend? I wanted to head into central London to see some Christmas Markets, but since I’ve put my tree up I’m struggling to leave my house. I bought a box of mulled wine and that’s keeping me going haha. Let me know if you’re doing anything cool!