Making Haste to Hastings – Photos of The Seaside

February is a surprisingly good time to head to the seaside for a weekend getaway. Sure, it was a little chilly, but we were lucky to have two sunny days in which to explore the rich and beautiful history of the seaside town of Hastings.

Here are some photos of a trip to Hastings, on the South Coast of England – all taken with a Canon EOS 450D.

The ruins of the castle

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Carvings on the walls of the caves, which formed the former dungeons.

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Close up of the rocks which form the castle walls.

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Interior of the West Cliff funicular carriage.

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Hinge on the Victorian fishing huts by the sea.

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Fishing rope

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Getting to know the locals.

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East Cliff funicular.

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View from the top of the East Cliffs.

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Views of the seaside.

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There’s loads to see and do in the heart of ‘1066 country’ – and you can find suggestions for your own trip here.

All images © Emily Pulham 2014.

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