Devon, UK - Train rounding the cliffs, heading toward the Dawlish sea wall. One of the best train journeys in the UK. The tracks hug the estuary of the Exe river, then go along the edge of the beach for several miles. The cliffs are red from the high percentage of iron in the rock.
Winnats Pass, Derbyshire | England (by James G Photography). Winnats Pass is in the High Peak area of the English county of Derbyshire. It lies to the west of the village of Castleton, in the National Trust's High Peak Estate. The road winds through a cleft, surrounded by towering limestone pinnacles. Wikipedia
✐ DAILY WEIRD PROMPT ✐ THE ‘NORMAL’ ONE Write a story from the point of view of a teenager who happens to be the child of two superheroes. The catch? Unfortunately, unlike the rest of their family, this character has no superpowers whatsoever.