Hastings, East Sussex

Posted in General, Landscape, Travel at 7:00 pm by Warren Williams

Hastings is famous for the battle of 1066, between Duke William of Normandy (William the Conqueror), and King Harold II. It’s fairly obvious to say who won, with William being crowned king at Westminster Abbey, on Christmas Day, 1066. The current Queen Elizabeth II is a direct descendant of King William.

East Hill, Hastings

From West Hill, looking back towards East Hill

Rock formations on West Hill, Hastings, with jet contrails across the sky

More rock formations under West Hill, and Hastings Castle. The pier can also be seen, which was recently been closed down due to being unsafe

The pigeon hunter!

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