Image number two for today "Chalk Cave". This is the beach at Saltdean on the south coast of England. Normally you cannot gain access to this part of the beach as it's under water and very hard to get to. On this particular day the tide had gone out a long way and I struggled over many slippery rocks for ten minutes to get to this secluded spot. That's when I spotted the cave. I don't know anything about it at all. It's certainly not natural as it looks to have been cut into the chalk cliff face. Who did it and how long it's been there for is anyone's guess. It may be Victorian...it may be 20 years old. I have no idea. Makes a great image though.
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