Sunday, 12 January 2014

Waters Wedge, Cathedral Lady Chapel and Upstairs Downstairs

"Waters Wedge" :- A beautiful hot and sunny day down by the waters edge on the beach at Cuckmere Haven, one of the most picturesque places in England. The beach is flanked on either side by huge chalk cliffs that thunder off into the distance towards Eastbourne to the East and Seaford in the West.

"Cathedral Lady Chapel" :- At the far eastern end of Chichester Cathedral you will find the Lady Chapel (a traditional English term for a chapel inside a cathedral). According to the website British History Online "The walling and buttresses of the three west bays are those of the original building" and "is therefore the earliest example of vaulting in the cathedral." It's a very peaceful and tranquil part of the Cathedral.

"Upstairs Downstairs" :- A flight of steps lead up to one a door above another door in an alleyway not far from Brighton seafront. Someone's managed to leave their mark behind by tagging the wall with spray paint but other than that the scene still looks very Victorian and old.

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