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East Head, West Wittering Beach on the last sunny day of 2013! Blue skies, rolling sand dunes and Marram Grass. Happy Christmas.

East Head, West Wittering Beach on the last sunny day of 2013! Blue skies, rolling sand dunes and Marram Grass. Happy Christmas.

Christmas Eve and the River Rother has burst its banks in Midhurst, flooding the fields and causeway to Midhurst Castle.

Christmas Eve and the River Rother has burst its banks in Midhurst, flooding the fields and causeway to Midhurst Castle.

Cobnor Point, Chichester Harbour   Yesterday we walked around Chidham. It's a coastal walk on the northern edge of Chichester Harbour opposite West Itchenor and across the channel from Bosham.   These old sea defences stretch out to the salt marshes and mudflats which are an internationally important habitat for thousands of wildfowl and waders in winter. And just to prove it if you zoom in really close on the centre of this shot there's a Little Egret!  #Flickr

Cobnor Point, Chichester Harbour Yesterday we walked around Chidham. It's a coastal walk on the northern edge of Chichester Harbour opposite West Itchenor and across the channel from Bosham. These old sea defences stretch out to the salt marshes and mudflats which are an internationally important habitat for thousands of wildfowl and waders in winter. And just to prove it if you zoom in really close on the centre of this shot there's a Little Egret! #Flickr

St Michael's Mount | Hard to believe but this time last week we'd just spent the day on the beach in Cornwall watching the sun go down over St Michael's Mount – in glorious weather and 20°C of November sunshine!

St Michael's Mount | Hard to believe but this time last week we'd just spent the day on the beach in Cornwall watching the sun go down over St Michael's Mount – in glorious weather and 20°C of November sunshine!

Here's another photo that I grabbed on the way to work this week at Thursley Common - the water in the boardwalk has turned into ice which is why the walkway appears white.

Here's another photo that I grabbed on the way to work this week at Thursley Common - the water in the boardwalk has turned into ice which is why the walkway appears white.

Another photo from my evening at Mudeford Spit at Hengistbury Head, Bournemouth – next to Christchurch Harbour.  These groynes form a defence against sea erosion of Mudeford Spit – a narrow strip of sand that stands between Christchurch Harbour and the sea.  Great spot for a photo – shame it was blowing a gale!  https://flic.kr/p/oMYmqC

Another photo from my evening at Mudeford Spit at Hengistbury Head, Bournemouth – next to Christchurch Harbour. These groynes form a defence against sea erosion of Mudeford Spit – a narrow strip of sand that stands between Christchurch Harbour and the sea. Great spot for a photo – shame it was blowing a gale! https://flic.kr/p/oMYmqC

The South Downs Way on a Summer's Evening by Simon Verrall, via Flickr

The South Downs Way on a Summer's Evening by Simon Verrall, via Flickr

Mudeford Spit Starting Hut by Simon Verrall, via Flickr

Mudeford Spit Starting Hut by Simon Verrall, via Flickr

Chanctonbury Ring loking toward Cissbury Ring

Chanctonbury Ring loking toward Cissbury Ring

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