HIGHLIGHTS – SOUTH EAST ENGLAND

 

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Above and below Canterbury City Centre, as approached from the South; ‘image is everything’, reads a Jessops billboard over artificial grass

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Below Lucy, Holly, Sarah, and a colleague in Fenwick Limited’s Canterbury store

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Below Two views of Canterbury cathedral, seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury

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Below Schoolchildren in old Canterbury

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Below Pulled pork on offer in Pork & Co on Sun Street

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Below Two writers – Canterbury born Christopher Marlowe, and Londoner, Geoffrey Chaucer, author of the Canterbury Tales – commemorated by theatre and statue20171010_141418   20171010_141642

 

20171010_142813 Above A view toward what is apparently the largest surviving city gate in England20171011_083455

Above Traffic flows around part of Brighton’s seafront

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Above The owner of a metal detector scours the beach   20171011_103958

Above Rough sleeping opposite a covered pavement cafe

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Above A line of surf and fence converge near the site of the British Airways i360 observation tower, opposite the stranded asset of the West Pier, closed since 1975

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Above The banner of a longstanding campaign, north of Brighton  20171011_141932

Above Grocery shopping in a farm shop

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Above Atop the green roof of Earthship Brighton, made from rammed earth, green bottles and more Below The east elevation; the north is protected by the ground, and south exposed to energy-giving sunlight (even when overcast)

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Below The unassuming entrance to a number of sites including Earthship Brighton

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Below The journey’s end in Guildford, Surrey

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BelowThe threatening headline of the day’s edition of the Daily Mail, left in a Guildford coffee house

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