Here’s another photograph taken from the coastal path between Seaford and Cuckmere Haven. The path is part of the South Downs Way, which runs from Winchester (Hampshire) to Eastbourne (Sussex) and is entirely within the boundaries of the South Downs National Park.
Since the cliff edge topsoil is sandy it’s a good environment for rabbits to make their burrows, some of which you can see if you walk near the cliff edge — look closely at the left slope and you’ll see some of rabbit burrows. It turns out, though, this spot isn’t named after such rabbit goings-on, rather something to do with a church and a buckle, the details of which presently elude me.
I shot this with my compact Canon, which gives me no control over settings, but for a compact that’s a few years old now it does a pretty good job.