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Another shot from Saturdays trip to Mupe in Dorset. This is about 5 minutes after the other, as the pinkiness in the sky intensified and the tide rose some more. These rock ledges stretch over to distant Worbarrow Bay. They are part of the same diagonal strata (is that the word?) that forms the Lulworth Cove cliffs, Stair Hole and Durdle Door, all of which are only a couple of miles away. Absolutely incredible geology - anyone who has an interest in this subject simply must visit this stretch of coast if you are able to. I know little of geology, but I simply am fascinated by it all the same.

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