<< prev | top | list Cuckmere Haven looking west list | top
Seven Sisters with Beachy Head in the background
websize photograph
Description of the photograph
Title: Cuckmere Haven looking west
Taken from:

The Seven Sisters are a series of chalk cliffs by the English Channel.


The River Cuckmere rises near Heathfield in East Sussex, England on the southern slopes of the Weald. The name of the river probably comes from an Old English word meaning fast-flowing, since it descends over 100 m (328 ft) in its initial four miles (6.4 km). Eventually flowing into the English Channel, it is the only undeveloped river mouth on the Sussex coast.

Keywords: river, coast
Image data
Image sizes: 3036*2048px, 3136kb
Origin: Originally a digital image, with postprocessing
Date/Time: 19970509-125500
Position coordinates:WGS84 LONG 0.158486366272°, LAT 50.7565496854°
Destination coordinates;WGS84 LONG 0.148401260376°, LAT 50.759481682° (Cuckmere Haven)
Air-line distance:
Author: Alexandra Medwedeff
Photo copyright: This photograph is copyrighted (©) by André M. Winter and others. A free permissions for re-use may be given for non-commercial purposes. Commercial use requires a license. Contact André M. Winter for any kind of use. This extended copyright notice applies in all cases. Infringements always will be persecuted worldwide. Legal court: Innsbruck, Austria, E.U.
Text copyright: The description of this photograph (or parts of) is based on this article of the free Wikipedia encyclopedia and are covered by the GNU Free Documentation License (GFDL). Authors are named on the Wikipedia page.
Link to this page: link to this page
<< prev | top | list list | top