This top picture is of 'The Seven Sisters' at Beachy Head so shows how the white cliffs are not just situated at Dover but stretch far along the South coast westward.
Yes, they really are white - they are chalk cliffs
for safety one is advised to stay 5 metres from the cliff edge as they are constantly eroding
One has to be on a boat to get these views so give credit to Google for these two pictures
We visited this light house, a 2 mile walk from the car park at the top of the cliffs at Dover, on our last visit and were able to look out from the top
Here we have left the castle and have come to walk along the cliffs and drink tea while looking down on the Ferry Terminal
After all the walking involved in visiting the castle this is a welcome break - sitting down drinking tea that is!
If your screen is big enough you can just see France on the horizon in the centre of the picture 22 miles away
Trucks and cars waiting to load
Constant ferries in and out and a cruise ship near the centre horizon
Did you notice the cloud coming in while I took these pictures