Nick Eady.

Nick Eady.

Posted on 06/23/2014


Photo taken on June 22, 2014



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Golden Hour Nash Point

Golden Hour Nash Point
The yellow-grey cliffs on the Glamorgan Heritage Coast (which stretches between Llantwit Major to Ogmore-by-Sea) are unique on the Celtic Sea coastline (i.e. Cornwall, Wales, Ireland and Brittany) as they are formed of a combination of liassic limestone, shale and carboniferous sandstone/limestone. They were formed 200 million years ago when Wales (as well as Cornwall, Brittany and Ireland) lay underneath a warm, shallow, equatorial sea during the beginning of the Jurassic age. Today the cliffs contain elements of Jurassic age sea-creatures (although not land dinosaurs – what is now the Celtic Sea coastline was underneath the sea), such as ammonites.

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Mitch Seaver
Mitch Seaver
Wow!
3 years ago.
pajmcb
pajmcb
WOW!......Amazing shot, Nick!
Stunning picture!
Love it!
3 years ago.