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Thursday, 10 September 2009

A walk from Yarmouth to Freshwater Bay on the Isle of Wight..

Hurst Castle and shingle spit from the cliffs above Fort Albert.
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The shingle spit at Hurst Castle.

The Tudor castle at Hurst Castle.

The Needles from Colwell Bay

The narrow straits between Hurst Castle and Fort Albert have been heavily
defended since Henry VIII's time.

Hurst Castle with a Tudor keep.

We got a bit salty walking along Totland Bay sea wall.

Over looking Totland Bay and Fort Albert on a wind-swept cliff top.

The Needles from above Alum Bay.

Alum Bay

A distant view of Sway tower, built in 1879 by Andrew Petersen
in concrete.
The view of Freshwater Bay from the garden of the HF Hotel.

After a storm, there is good surfing at Freshwater Bay.

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