Natural arrangement of seaweed on rocks (2)

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P1000607fBlog2 A natural arrangement of red and brown seaweeds on the rocky seashore strandline at Kimmeridge Bay, Dorset on the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site (2) 

A naturally-occurring arrangement of red and brown seaweeds, just as they were found, washed up on the rocky seashore at Kimmeridge Bay, Dorset (which is part of the Jurassic Coast).

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4 Replies to “Natural arrangement of seaweed on rocks (2)”

  1. Thank you, Steve. There are just so many naturally occurring beautiful patterns everywhere. I have just spent a couple of days photographing the wonderful abstract patterns that the wind has created with the sand on the beach in Gower.


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