This is just to give a 'shout out' toNicky of mykiwiuklifeinphotos.blogspot.com
This is the High Street in the village. Couple of good fish and chip shops along there. Note the original white limestone wall. These are rapidly disappearing because the chalk limestone does not wear well.
This is Little Thornwick Bay. Kind of difficult to get down to but a very nice sheltered spot for a picnic, if you're young enough to climb down. Big Thornwick Bay is the other side of the right hand cliffs. Another good place for a picnic.
An arch carved by the North Sea at the lighthouse, called Green Stacks I think. Puffins to be found there.
A typical North Landing scene, especially in winter. Robin Lythe's Cave on the right. Sixty foot high once you get inside. Villagers have been known to hold meetings in there at low tide years ago.. Robin Lythe is a legendary pirate.
A very pretty place, Chris !
Beautiful cliffs !
Chris, Did you live there in 1953 when the waves came over the cliffs? What year did you move away?
I see I have missed something when I have visited Yorkshire. But that can hopefully be remedied.
It's so beautiful where you live! Thanks for sharing your pictures!
I love those white clifts, we don't have them here that I ever seen along the coast of California.
I bet you miss living there.
Making me Homesick for Flamborough all over again!
What a beautiful look at your and places you called home.
So beautiful Chris.... Also loved your progession of the cat painting....
Ah Thornwick Bay - we were caravanning there when my Grandma died and we had to come home. I didn't get to go on the Yorkshire Belle from Bridlington - it was some thirty years before I went back and made that trip.
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