December 31st, 2019
Back in the UK for Christmas last week and the weather was lovely. Went for a walk on Monday from Eastbourne to Seaford along the coast.
This area is called the “Seven Sisters” which refers to the seven (?) huge chalk cliffs. You can see the famous lighthouse at Beachy Head below. The area is very scenic but I found cliff edge a bit terrifying. Especially as large chunks of it fall away every year.
I had to take a massive detour at a place called Cuckmere Haven as the way was blocked by a river with no bridge.
December 24th, 2019
Went out for a walk last Sunday along the Huangpu river, in the direction away from the city centre.
Some industrial ruin
Has a bit of an east-London docklands vibe to it. Lots of abandoned warehouses and docks, with some regeneration and new buildings. Bit gloomy and bleak.
A guy fishing
December 15th, 2019
Maybe you remember my shame of missing a station when I walked the length of metro line 12 a while back. Well I finally corrected that by going to the lonely stop of Fuxing Island.
There’s only two roads onto the island, and there’s not a lot there except a park and a huge shipyard.
The air quality has been quite bad recently. But every pollution cloud has a silver lining, and the extra particles in the air make nice sunsets.
December 8th, 2019
Some pictures from a walk last month along the Huangpu river.
Walking along the west bank towards the financial district
I’m really fond of the path along the riverbank. I’ve been here quite a few times before but never so far into the city centre. I’m not sure how far it goes in either direction.
The light in the late afternoon was so good for taking photos. I’m really pleased with how some of these came out.
Nanpu Bridge, which I posted some night time photos of before