The Seven Sisters area, Sussex
The Seven Sisters cliffs seen from Seaford Head. This is a similar view to that seen in the film 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. It appears near the beginning of the film when Harry Potter and friends land after using an old boot as a 'Port Key'. As they land on the grass you can see this view behind them.
The Seven Sisters cliffs look really impressive close up. This is part of Haven Brow the most westerly of the Seven Sisters
Notice the recent rock fall at the foot of the cliffs just to the left of centre.
The Seven Sisters chalk cliffs part way between Birling Gap and Cuckmere Haven. This stretch of coast is constructed much like a series of waves on the ground - a series of valleys and ridges.
The last headland is Seaford Head on the west side of Cuckmere Haven.
In this close-up of part of the Seven Sisters chalk cliffs the flint nodules are easily seen as dark spots on the cliff face.
Cuckmere Haven and Seaford Head seen from the top of the Seven Sisters chalk cliffs. Immediately before the tip of Seaford Head you should be able to see a small gap in the cliffs (better in the larger view) which is Hope Gap where it is possible to access the beach.
The spur of shingle jutting into the sea is where the Cuckmere River runs across the beach into the sea.