Old Harry Rocks :: Shared Description

Old Harry Rocks are sea stacks off Handfast Point (The Foreland), north of Swanage. They are formed of chalk and are classic features of coastal erosion. The rocks are under constant attack from the sea and Harry has already lost a "wife".
by N Chadwick
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12 images use this description:

SZ0582 : Old Harry by N Chadwick
SZ0582 : A Geo & a Natural Arch in Old Harry by N Chadwick
SZ0582 : A Geo in Old Harry by N Chadwick
SZ0582 : Natural Arch in Old Harry by N Chadwick
SZ0582 : Old Harry by N Chadwick
SZ0582 : Old Harry by N Chadwick
SZ0582 : Old Harry Rock by N Chadwick
SZ0582 : Old Harry Rock by N Chadwick
SZ0582 : Old Harry Rock by N Chadwick
SZ0582 : Old Harry Rocks by N Chadwick
SZ0582 : Old Harry Rocks, Isle of Purbeck by Phil Champion
SZ0582 : Chalk cliffs and stacks at Handfast Point by Phil Champion


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Created: Sun, 30 Jan 2011, Updated: Sun, 13 Feb 2011

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