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This page has photos of the places we stopped off at when passing across Sussex in less than ideal weather. First is Selsey near Chichester.
A couple of views of Selsey beach.
Next we move to the historic village of Bosham.
Bosham is noted for this road being under water at high tide, it was going out when we were there but it was still partial covered.
I don't know if these houses have rear access, if not you'd need waders to go in or out when the tide was in.
Bosham is on Chichester Harbour which is seen in this view.
Plenty of ducks looking for food by the sailing club.
Like every suitable location on the South Coast there are lots of boats on and by the water here.
Looking inland from where the above was taken is the, to me, unusual church spire.
Another view of the church tower.
Looking back to the shore there was a forest of masts.
The church notice board shows the village's connection with King Harold, King Canute and the Bayeux Tapestry.
One of the narrow streets in this historic village.
A mother carrying a child ashore from their dinghy which was at the low tide shore line.
Next a brief visit to Worthing.
Three photos of Worthing beach, empty of people as it was very windy - but at least the rain had stopped.
I'm sure we'll visit Sussex again before too long - hopefully in better weather both for walking and photography!
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This site was last updated 15/07/2012