Where in the world?


I was looking through some chalk downland images of mine after having read Robert Macfarlane's book The Old Ways, when I came across this old favourite of mine. Can anyone guess where it is? There is a prize, but I will not reveal what it is until it has been won...

Comments

DorsetDipper said…
White Nothe, Dorset?
Gibster said…
The undercliff near Cuckmere Haven?
Anonymous said…
Danes Dyke, Flamboro ? (not exactly chalk downland....but i thought i`d throw it in anyway).
Steve Gale said…
Thanks for the guesses chaps - one of you is spot on. Step forward Seth 'Gibster' Gibson! Your prize is to have my next pan-species tick (that only has a latin name), named after you. I will big it up on this blog so that you can bathe in the limited glory...
Paul Trodd said…
I`ll tell you where it looks like, the beach where Robin Hood lands with the Saracen in Prince of Thieves, just a thought...
Steve Gale said…
I thought that was called Mordor? Oops, wrong film!
Gibster said…
Oh Cool! One request, don't make it a lichen or liverwort?

Actually, second request - can I be present when you find it? Weds/Thus each week I'm usually free!

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