October 25, 2014

Seven Sisters, England

Photograph by Slawek Staszczuk, National Geographic Your Shot

The Seven Sisters, a series of pristine white chalk cliffs, rise to about 200 feet above the English Channel on the East Sussex coast. Famous Beachy Head looms beyond. The cliffs are often used as stand-ins for the not-so-white White Cliffs of Dover.

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