East Cliff at West Bay near Bridport (5)

East Cliff at West Bay near Bridport (5) - The honeycomb texture of the harder layers forming ledges on the cliff is due to the action of wind-blown sand differentially eroding the rock. These hard calcareous bands are riddled with trace fossils of the burrows of animals that once lived in the sea bed.

East Cliff at West Bay near Bridport (5) – The honeycomb texture of the harder layers forming ledges on the cliff is due to the action of wind-blown sand differentially eroding the rock. These hard calcareous bands are riddled with trace fossils of the burrows of animals that once lived in the sea bed. P1260003aBlog5

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