Flamborough Head

9th May, 2013 | More information

Just up the coast from the collapsing cliffs in East Yorkshire is the more solid mass of Flamborough Head, one of the northernmost sections of chalk which thread their way up from the south coast of England to the north. As the tide was out when I visited, I headed for the beach to inspect the interesting rock striations and erosion which forms stacks and arches along this part of the coast.


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  • Philip Howells says:

    Great set of the area, clearly identifying the geology of the area and the effect of erosion.