Wednesday, 24 September 2014

Devon rocks - Erme estuary

Yesterday - thanks to a friend who gave us a lift - we walked a short section of the South West Coast Path above the Erme estuary, South Hams, a location with multiple designations: South Devon Heritage Coast, Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), and Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).

It was a little hazy, but the views were still very photogenic, with sandy beaches and formations of some of the older rocks in Devon: Devonian slates whose intense folding gives the appearance of weathered wood. I took a few general shots, and a set of stereopairs of the rock formations.

3D images - crossed-eye stereopairs as usual. Click to enlarge.

- Ray

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