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Best place to watch a sunrise and sunset

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On Wed 14 Feb at 1:05pm Artie Fufkin wrote:
Hi, What's the best place to watch a sunrise and sunset , which can be reached from walking from the city centre??
I'm planning some time lapse video
cheers
Artie Fufkin
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On Wed 14 Feb at 1:34pm Jester wrote:
Depends what city?
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On Wed 14 Feb at 1:40pm Nev wrote:
Landport bottom up near the racecourse is a great place for sunrises, especially at the moment, as it rises between Mt Caburn and Firle beacon.
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On Wed 14 Feb at 2:02pm A person wrote:
The field between Juggs Road and Kingston is a great place for sunsets. The sun goes down at the end of Kingston ridge with the huge bonus of a windmill in the foreground.

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On Wed 14 Feb at 2:52pm Mark wrote:
For sunset - overlooking the town from the top of the cliff? Straight up Chapel Hill to where it ends by the golf course.
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On Wed 14 Feb at 2:53pm Simone wrote:
Top of Gundreda Road for a perfect golden sunrise
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On Thu 15 Feb at 1:45am artie Fufkin wrote:
Thanks so much for all the helpful replies. Now all I have to worry about is cloud!
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On Thu 15 Feb at 8:18am Old Malling wrote:
And finding your way home in the dark!


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