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Volcanic Monoliths

By andychatt
The sun is going down at Bedruthan Steps, Cornwall and the golden light is warming the cliffs. The towers rising out of the sea are volcanic rock which have remained whilst the softer sandstone which encased them has been eroded away by the sea and the elements. The blue rock encrusted with iodine coloured crystal like molluscs and the pattern they have formed made for great foreground interest.

Tags: Rocks Coast Ocean Bedruthan steps Landscape and travel

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Hermanus 4 4 South Africa
16 Oct 2012 1:38PM
This is excellence at its best !! I love this photo and your interesting background info makes it come alive Smile Well done Smile

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CHRISB911 10 54 1
16 Oct 2012 4:25PM
a cracking image

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