Exceptionally good visibility at sunset mean the Isle of Wight was clearly visible from Brighton last night, as this picture by Henry Hughes shows.
Although most of the island lies beyond the horizon from the standpoint of this part of the coast, the south of the island pokes above it.
At its highest point, St Boniface Down near Ventnor, the island is 241 metres above sea level. This photo was taken at the top of Hanover, at an altitude of 80 metres.
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