Dry stone walls are a feature of the Gower Peninsula in South Wales, exhibiting many types of local rock, sometimes with fossils. It seems that the rougher surfaces of conglomerate rocks provide a suitable habitat for a greater range of lichen species than the limestone ones. [This series of photographs was taken beside the path from Rhossili village towards the Worms Head Causeway].

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