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March 31st 2010

If you look east from where I was standing yesterday, you see this. It is called St Oswalds Bay and the beach in the bottom right hand corner is Man o’ War Cove (see March 22nd image). The line of limestone rocks in the sea line up with Durdle Door and the rocks you can see in yesterdays image stretching away to the west of  it. Amazing to think these that was once the cliff edge and the softer stone behind this harder limestone has all since eroded away leaving the present day soft chalk cliffs.

I love the shape the surf makes as it pulls back from the beach – almost like a sea shell. Click to enlarge…

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