Tuesday, July 04, 2006

At the beach

The Isle of Wight is famous for its sandy beaches and here is a prime example. This is a view from Shanklin facing towards Sandown on the East coast of the island. In the distance you can see Culver down which has amazing views from the top - there are some old coastguard houses right on the very top!

Also in the distance along the beach is Sandown pier - the only pier still standing along this stretch of the island after the storms of 1987 blew down Shanklin pier.

View Satellite image of this location @ Google Maps.


Blogger Shorty said...

Eggs-cellent photo. The sky just looks like it goes on forever. And the water looks delicious.

8:40 AM  

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