Sinuous Rock Channels at Seaton 3

Sinous channel being eroded in intertidal rock layers

Sinuous Rock Channels at Seaton 3 – Sand and water-filled, winding narrow channel being worn into intertidal layers of calcareous mudstone of the Belemnite Member in the Charmouth Mudstone Formation at Seatown in Dorset, England. One of many active natural coastal processes wearing away and changing the shoreline.

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