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Tuesday, 16 May 2017

Pwllderi Cliffs, Pembrokeshire

This pic has nothing very much to do with the Quaternary, and nothing at all to do with Stonehenge, but I post it herewith simply because I like it!  This is the most impressive cliff rampart in Pembrokeshire, with cliffs over 120m in height.  (Normally around this coast the cliffs are 30m high, or less........)

The light on the cliffs when I took this photo was perfect -- when the cliffs are completely in the sun, or completely in shade, you see far less detail.

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TonyH said...

Grid reference, please.

BRIAN JOHN said...