Jurassic Coast Tree Stump
After storms and very heavy rainfall, the cliffs at Lyme Regis on the Jurassic coast often collapse, sometimes exposing fossils for all to see. In this case, no bones, just a tree stump that has managed to stay upright in its journey from the top of the cliff. It's only a temporary arrangement - when the next storms blow, it will be washed away and the next part of its journey as driftwood.
Keywords: colour, Lyme Regis, 2006, Jurassic Coast, cliffs, dead tree stump, mudslide, bay
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