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The Dorset Coast by Adam Burton

The Dorset Coast

by Adam Burton

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Although it includes many sandy beaches and picturesque coastal towns, the most spectacular feature of the Dorset coast is the geological diversity which produces some of the most remarkable and easily recognisable natural landmarks in Britain. The rock formations of the 'Jurassic Coast' include Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door, Portland and Chesil Beach and, to the west, Golden Cap - the highest cliff on the South Coast, and the astonishing riches in fossils and amonites of the cliffs around Lyme Regis. Adam Burton's expert photography captures the magic of this extraordinary landscape.

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