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Near to Old Harry Rocks in Dorset, the Pinnacles are chalk stacks from the Cretaceous period. Being made from chalk these are prone to eroding much quicker than other harder types of rock. The famous rock stack 'Old Harry', a little bit further up the coast used to have a wife (another stack) but she crumbled into the sea many years ago now, leaving the old man alone guarding the beginning of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site.

Lens: Sigma EX 150mm

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