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The last light at Kimmeridge Bay in Dorset. In the distance is Clavel Tower, in 2006 the Landmark Trust began the work of moving the tower 30 metres away from the cliff edge as it was in danger of collapse into the sea. The name Kimmeridgian is used around the world to describe rocks the same age as those at Kimmeridge (approximately 150 million years old).
The impressive 3349ft Buachaille Etive Mor (From the Gaelic, red peak, big shepherd of Etive) is number 110 of Scotlands Munros. Buachaille Etive Mor is a magnificent mountain of four distinct peaks standing at the head of Glen Etive and overlooking the north-west corner of Rannoch Moor. The best known view of the mountain is from the north and east, from where the great rocky cone of Stob Dearg is the outstanding feature of the mountain.
Waves in the distance crash over the Man O War rocks in this small bay on the Jurassic Coast between Durdle Door and Lulworth Bay. Man O War bay gets its name from the rocks that are said to look like war ships.
The distinctive cliffs at Hunstanton in Norfolk are some of the oldest visible rocks in East Anglia at around 100 million years old. The layers are made up of the brown coloured Carstone at the bottom and red and white chalk above.
Saltwick Bay is a northeast facing bay situated 1 mile south of Whitby. The Jurassic rock of the cliffs is illuminated by the light of the sunrise. To the left is Black Nab, not to be confused with Saltwick Nab which is at the other end of the bay.
Created 20,000 years ago by glacier movement, the moor spans 12,800 acres. At approximatley 1000ft it is an upland plateau scattered with numerous lochs, lochans, peat bogs and streams. It is surrounded by mountains, some reaching over 3000ft
Brass point is situated at the western end of the world famous Seven Sisters chalk cliffs in East Sussex. These impressive cliffs stretch to over 150 metres at their highest point. This is a disappearing wonder, every single year the Seven Sisters is being eroded by 30-40cm.
The famous beach huts in Southwold evolved from fishermens huts and bathing huts. They used to be linked with property and came with a house when it was sold, these days they change hands for vast sums of money and have been known to sell for up to ?35,000
The sunrising over the north sea behind the pier. The construction of the pier at Southwold began in October 1899, following extensive restoration which began in 1999 Southwold pier is now one of the finest examples to be found in the British Isle.