The Pinnacles and Peveril Point by RedHillDigital

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The Pinnacles and Peveril Point

Number of views as of 24th January 2015 = 350.

This shot, looking south across Swanage Bay to Peveril Point shows the southern most of the two Pinnacles, two chalk formations on Dorset’s ‘Jurassic’ coast (southern England).

The Pinnacles have been gradually eroded by the sea to form caves, then rock arches, which have subsequently collapsed leaving the stacks/stumps we see today.

The Jurassic Coast stretches 96 miles from Handfast Point near Studland, down to Exmouth in Devon, and comprises Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous rock formations spanning approximately 185 million years of the Earth’s history.

Date: 29th December 2013.

Hello and thankyou for visiting my portfolio.

The name RedHillDigital comes from the area where I live (Redhill, in the town of Bournemouth, in the county of Dorset on the South Coast of England), plus my interest in Digital photography.

My real name is Howard and I’m always pleased to receive feedback on my work.

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Comments

  • Kasia-D
    Kasia-Dabout 1 year ago

    Amazing view and capture of these incredible rock formations!

  • Many thanks for your comment and favourite Kasia. Best wishes for 2014.

    – RedHillDigital

  • Tom Gomez
    Tom Gomezabout 1 year ago

    Fantastic coastal capture Howard …

  • Many thanks Tom. Best wishes for 2014.

    – RedHillDigital

  • John44
    John44about 1 year ago

    Very nice work

  • Many thanks for your comment and favourite John. Best wishes for 2014.

    – RedHillDigital

  • Irene  Burdell
    Irene Burdellabout 1 year ago

    A fantastic shot Howard . x

  • Many thanks Irene, Happy New Year.

    – RedHillDigital

  • Edward Denyer
    Edward Denyerabout 1 year ago

    Nice shot Howard. – Ted

  • Thanks very much Ted. All the best for 2014.

    – RedHillDigital

  • Paul Pasco
    Paul Pascoabout 1 year ago

    Great shot of this fantastic coast, should be a few more fossils revealed after the recent weather.

  • Thanks Paul, yes, I believe an Ichthyosaur skeleton was discovered near Charmouth (West Dorset) over the Christmas period.

    – RedHillDigital

  • Colin J Williams Photography
    Colin J Willia...about 1 year ago

    Brilliant Work !

  • Cheers mate!

    – RedHillDigital

  • Patty Boyte
    Patty Boyteabout 1 year ago


    Beautiful!
    01/08/2014

  • Thanks very much for the feature Patty.

    – RedHillDigital

  • Amar-Images
    Amar-Imagesabout 1 year ago

    great capture, congratulations on the feature :-)

  • Thanks very much Jacqui, I expect you know this view very well.

    – RedHillDigital

  • PhotosByG
    PhotosByGabout 1 year ago

  • Thanks very much for the feature Graham.

    – RedHillDigital

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