East Cliff at West Bay near Bridport (12)

East Cliff at West Bay near Bridport (12) - A group of large boulders on the beach representing a rock fall. Rock falls are caused by weathering out of the harder bands of carbonate cemented rock high on the cliff face and also by undercutting of the cliff at its base by the sea.

East Cliff at West Bay near Bridport (12) – A group of large boulders on the beach representing a rock fall. Rock falls are caused by weathering out of the harder bands of carbonate cemented rock high on the cliff face and also by undercutting of the cliff at its base by the sea. P1260057aBlog12

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