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Cliff edge, Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot, East Sussex. There are an estimated 20 deaths by suicide a year at Beachy Head - Jess Hurd - 28-07-2018
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28-07-2018 Cliff edge, Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot, East Sussex. There are an estimated 20 deaths by suicide a year at Beachy Head © Jess Hurd
Cliff edge, Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot, East Sussex. There are an estimated 20 deaths by suicide a year at Beachy Head - Jess Hurd - 28-07-2018
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28-07-2018 Cliff edge, Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot, East Sussex. There are an estimated 20 deaths by suicide a year at Beachy Head © Jess Hurd
Tourists taking selfies, Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot in East Sussex - Jess Hurd - 28-07-2018
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28-07-2018 Tourists taking selfies, Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot in East Sussex © Jess Hurd
Cliff edge, Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot, East Sussex. There are an estimated 20 deaths by suicide a year at Beachy Head - Jess Hurd - 28-07-2018
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28-07-2018 Cliff edge, Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot, East Sussex. There are an estimated 20 deaths by suicide a year at Beachy Head © Jess Hurd
Cliff edge, Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot, East Sussex. There are an estimated 20 deaths by suicide a year at Beachy Head - Jess Hurd - 28-07-2018
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28-07-2018 Cliff edge, Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot, East Sussex. There are an estimated 20 deaths by suicide a year at Beachy Head © Jess Hurd
Tourists at Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot in East Sussex. Beachy Head Lighthouse - Jess Hurd - 28-07-2018
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28-07-2018 Tourists at Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot in East Sussex. Beachy Head Lighthouse © Jess Hurd
Tourists at Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot in East Sussex - Jess Hurd - 28-07-2018
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28-07-2018 Tourists at Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot in East Sussex © Jess Hurd
Tourists at Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot in East Sussex - Jess Hurd - 28-07-2018
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28-07-2018 Tourists at Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot in East Sussex © Jess Hurd
Tourists at Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot in East Sussex - Jess Hurd - 28-07-2018
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28-07-2018 Tourists at Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot in East Sussex © Jess Hurd
Beachy Head Lighthouse, Beachy Head is a Chalk headland and suicide spot in East Sussex - Jess Hurd - 28-07-2018
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28-07-2018 Beachy Head Lighthouse, Beachy Head is a Chalk headland and suicide spot in East Sussex © Jess Hurd
Cliff edge, Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot, East Sussex. There are an estimated 20 deaths by suicide a year at Beachy Head - Jess Hurd - 28-07-2018
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28-07-2018 Cliff edge, Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot, East Sussex. There are an estimated 20 deaths by suicide a year at Beachy Head © Jess Hurd
Refugees welcome projected across the white cliffs of Dover. Collaboration between campaign organisation Global Justice Now and guerrilla projectionists Feral X. - Jess Hurd - 01-04-2016
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01-04-2016 Refugees welcome projected across the white cliffs of Dover. Collaboration between campaign organisation Global Justice Now and guerrilla projectionists Feral X. © Jess Hurd
Refugees welcome projected across the white cliffs of Dover. Collaboration between campaign organisation Global Justice Now and guerrilla projectionists Feral X. - Jess Hurd - 01-04-2016
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01-04-2016 Refugees welcome projected across the white cliffs of Dover. Collaboration between campaign organisation Global Justice Now and guerrilla projectionists Feral X. © Jess Hurd
Refugees welcome projected across the white cliffs of Dover. Collaboration between campaign organisation Global Justice Now and guerrilla projectionists Feral X. - Jess Hurd - 01-04-2016
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01-04-2016 Refugees welcome projected across the white cliffs of Dover. Collaboration between campaign organisation Global Justice Now and guerrilla projectionists Feral X. © Jess Hurd
Refugees welcome projected across the white cliffs of Dover. Collaboration between campaign organisation Global Justice Now and guerrilla projectionists Feral X. - Jess Hurd - 01-04-2016
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01-04-2016 Refugees welcome projected across the white cliffs of Dover. Collaboration between campaign organisation Global Justice Now and guerrilla projectionists Feral X. © Jess Hurd
Refugees welcome projected across the white cliffs of Dover. Collaboration between campaign organisation Global Justice Now and guerrilla projectionists Feral X. - Jess Hurd - 01-04-2016
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01-04-2016 Refugees welcome projected across the white cliffs of Dover. Collaboration between campaign organisation Global Justice Now and guerrilla projectionists Feral X. © Jess Hurd
Refugees welcome projected across the white cliffs of Dover. Collaboration between campaign organisation Global Justice Now and guerrilla projectionists Feral X. - Jess Hurd - 01-04-2016
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01-04-2016 Refugees welcome projected across the white cliffs of Dover. Collaboration between campaign organisation Global Justice Now and guerrilla projectionists Feral X. © Jess Hurd
South West Coast Footpath, the 554 ft cliffs of White Nothe, Dorset - David Mansell - 25-10-2015
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25-10-2015 South West Coast Footpath, the 554 ft cliffs of White Nothe, Dorset © David Mansell
Young woman walking the South West Coast Path towards Durdle Door, Dorset - David Mansell - 25-10-2015
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25-10-2015 Young woman walking the South West Coast Path towards Durdle Door, Dorset © David Mansell
Port Issac, Cornwall Tourist admiring the spectacular view of the sea. A gate gives access through a safety fence on the cliff top - David Mansell - 15-07-2015
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15-07-2015 Port Issac, Cornwall Tourist admiring the spectacular view of the sea. A gate gives access through a safety fence on the cliff top © David Mansell
Port Issac, Cornwall, A gate gives access through a safety fence on the cliff top - David Mansell - 15-07-2015
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15-07-2015 Port Issac, Cornwall, A gate gives access through a safety fence on the cliff top © David Mansell
An elderly couple pay respects at a seaside shrine, La Cala del Moral, Malaga, Spain. - Philip Wolmuth - 15-03-2015
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15-03-2015 An elderly couple pay respects at a seaside shrine, La Cala del Moral, Malaga, Spain. © Philip Wolmuth
Trucks leaving the Eastern Docks. Port of Dover, Kent. - Jess Hurd - 27-09-2014
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27-09-2014 Trucks leaving the Eastern Docks. Port of Dover, Kent. © Jess Hurd
Trucks leaving the Eastern Docks. Port of Dover, Kent. - Jess Hurd - 27-09-2014
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27-09-2014 Trucks leaving the Eastern Docks. Port of Dover, Kent. © Jess Hurd
Boys playing with their dog on a cliff, scrambling down the rocks, The Algarve, Portugal - Paul Box - 23-02-2013
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23-02-2013 Boys playing with their dog on a cliff, scrambling down the rocks, The Algarve, Portugal © Paul Box
Boys playing with their dog on a cliff, scrambling down the rocks, The Algarve, Portugal - Paul Box - 23-02-2013
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23-02-2013 Boys playing with their dog on a cliff, scrambling down the rocks, The Algarve, Portugal © Paul Box
Boys playing with their dog on a cliff, scrambling down the rocks, The Algarve, Portugal - Paul Box - 23-02-2013
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23-02-2013 Boys playing with their dog on a cliff, scrambling down the rocks, The Algarve, Portugal © Paul Box
Papagayo Beach, in Los Ajaches nature reserve, Lanzarote, Canary Islands. - Jess Hurd - 09-01-2013
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09-01-2013 Papagayo Beach, in Los Ajaches nature reserve, Lanzarote, Canary Islands. © Jess Hurd
Walkers on the South West Coast Path, Cornwall, Britains longest marked footpath. - Philip Wolmuth - 21-05-2012
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21-05-2012 Walkers on the South West Coast Path, Cornwall, Britains longest marked footpath. © Philip Wolmuth
Coastal erosion of the white cliffs of Dover. The cliffs usually recede at a rate of 1cm per year - Paul Box - 13-04-2012
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13-04-2012 Coastal erosion of the white cliffs of Dover. The cliffs usually recede at a rate of 1cm per year © Paul Box
Properties on the edge of the cliff - coastal erosion, Happisburgh, Norfolk, East Anglia - Timm Sonnenschein - 14-02-2012
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14-02-2012 Properties on the edge of the cliff - coastal erosion, Happisburgh, Norfolk, East Anglia © Timm Sonnenschein
A cross for one of the victims of suicide and the lighthouse at Beachy Head, Sussex, UK 2008 - Howard Davies - 25-01-2008
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25-01-2008 A cross for one of the victims of suicide and the lighthouse at Beachy Head, Sussex, UK 2008 © Howard Davies
The lighthouse at Beachy Head, Sussex, UK 2008 - Howard Davies - 25-01-2008
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25-01-2008 The lighthouse at Beachy Head, Sussex, UK 2008 © Howard Davies
The lighthouse at Beachy Head, Sussex, UK 2008 - Howard Davies - 25-01-2008
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25-01-2008 The lighthouse at Beachy Head, Sussex, UK 2008 © Howard Davies
The lighthouse at Beachy Head, Sussex, UK 2008 - Howard Davies - 25-01-2008
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25-01-2008 The lighthouse at Beachy Head, Sussex, UK 2008 © Howard Davies
The lighthouse at Beachy Head, Sussex, UK 2008 - Howard Davies - 25-01-2008
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25-01-2008 The lighthouse at Beachy Head, Sussex, UK 2008 © Howard Davies
The lighthouse at Beachy Head, Sussex, UK 2008 - Howard Davies - 25-01-2008
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25-01-2008 The lighthouse at Beachy Head, Sussex, UK 2008 © Howard Davies
Last Time written in rock. Cliff from which suicide has been committed, Caithness, Scotland - Rob Bremner - 25-09-2005
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25-09-2005 Last Time written in rock. Cliff from which suicide has been committed, Caithness, Scotland © Rob Bremner
Boy sitting on the edge of a cliff, watching the sun set, North Cornwall. - Paul Carter - 21-08-1997
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21-08-1997 Boy sitting on the edge of a cliff, watching the sun set, North Cornwall. © Paul Carter
Man and boy fishing in the sea from the edge of a cliff. Waves are crashing on the rocks below. North Cornwall. - Paul Carter - 01-08-1993
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01-08-1993 Man and boy fishing in the sea from the edge of a cliff. Waves are crashing on the rocks below. North Cornwall. © Paul Carter
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