Old meets new, rocks and seals - latest batch of Eastbourne Herald readers’ pictures

Old meets new on the railway, dramatic rocks and some seals - here is the latest batch of Eastbourne Herald readers’ pictures which capture the variety and beauty of our town and the surrounding countryside.

Wednesday, 9th September 2020, 12:43 pm
Eastbourne Railway Station, taken from Upper Avenue Bridge by Ken Stevenson, using a Sony Cybershot DSC-WX350. "The old signal box, the new Beacon and the eternal Downs," he said. SUS-200909-093725001

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Stella Ann Ward took this dramatic photograph whilst out for a walk on the beach at Normans Bay. SUS-200909-094921001
Eastbourne seafront, looking east towards Langney Point. This was taken by Bob Newton on September 6 at 7am, with a Samsung S8 smartphone. SUS-200909-100138001
Tara White snapped the full moon over the Bank Holiday weekend with a Nikon P1000. SUS-200909-095749001
Fishing boat setting out at dawn from Sovereign Harbour, taken by Helen Putman with an iPhone7. SUS-200909-100800001
Seal swimming at Sovereign Harbour, by Tara White. SUS-200909-102436001
Another seal at Sovereign Harbour, this time sunbathing, again by Tara White. SUS-200909-102557001
Stella Lockyer captured the silhouette of Belle Tout lighthouse against the setting sun back in August. SUS-200909-103432001
Fishing at Langney Point by David Ford, taken with a Canon 6D II. SUS-200909-103926001
Friendly pony taking part in the Eastbourne downland conservation grazing project at Beachy Head, taken by Jeannine Williamson with a Samsung A50 phone. SUS-200909-104609001
"Looking forward to Christmas?" asks Rob Torre, who snapped this robin on Pevensey Marshes. SUS-200909-104315001
A young seagull confronts a swan at Hampden Park, by Sam Aldridge. SUS-200909-101612001
Fantastic cloud formations over Friston and East Dean, captured with an 11 Pro Max by Melanie Wells. "The sky resembled the angry spewing of a volcano, beautifully backlit by the sun and with a fluffy cloud in the foreground looking completely out of place! All the signs were there for a storm but all that materialised was one flash of lightning," she said. SUS-200909-101055001