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Godrevy Rock

By Steve-T    
The rock in front of Godrevy Lighthouse is part of the Devonian Mylor Slate Formation (359 to 385 million years ago). It receives a bit of a hammering from the sea for most of the year and has a salty white appearance with pits and grooves. Interesting patterns emerge when there is a low light.

Tags: Rock Specialist and abstract Slate Godrevy Cornwall sunset

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rontear Plus
16 19 8 England
12 Jan 2017 11:48AM
Good detail and thanks for the geology lesson too !! Steve SmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmile
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Steve-T 12 56 66 England
12 Jan 2017 12:08PM
Thanks Ron. I credit photography for expanding my interest in many subjects - it is all part of the enjoyment - taking care, of course, not to become a bore. Too late some might say Tongue

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