Smooth pebbles, wet and vibrantly coloured, wave-washed and surf-splashed, on the waters’ edge on a bright sunny day at Seatown Beach in Dorset, England, along the World Heritage Jurassic Coast.
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Close-up of a duck, one of a couple of snoozing birds, perched on a rail along the South Bank Walk on the Thames in London. They were completely unperturbed by passers-by and looked as if they were having a lie-in after a night disturbed by revellers.
Molluscs in Archaeology is published today. Here is a to the publisher’s blog at Oxbow giving details of the delights in store to prospective purchasers and readers of the book. link
The book is still available at pre-publication price from Oxbow Books until end July 2017 at: