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Three sails

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It is said that Gormley’s reason for choosing Crosby Beach as the location for his iron man statues was that he thought of the beach as being “the opposite of pretty. It is terrific and brutal and is a working beach” ………

Crosby with wind farm

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Full of character and full of characters. Pretty busy too. Good to get the last parking space in town, then try to get away from traffic (or swap one form of transport to another…..)

Whitstable-Harbour

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Lobster for lunch and boats in the bay – what could be better!

Whitstable-boats

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The view towards the East is perhaps less iconic than towards the Cobb in Lyme Regis. But the light and clouds made this view worth more than a second look….

Lyme-Bay-in-sunlight

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The harbour at Lyme Regis is known as the Cobb. It has some famous literary and cinematic associations. Now it houses a marine aquarium but it’s also used by working boats…….

Crab-pots-on-the-Cobb

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Gwynedd, North Wales. The village is located in Penrhyndeudraeth, on the estuary of the River Dwyryd, …You can almost hear the helicopter – or its sidekick, Rover – coming into earshot.

The-estuary

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