Due to their ever changing nature I find our coastlines a fascinating photographic subject. The forces of nature they’re never the same twice. Part of this ‘coastal process’ is erosion. The 5 second shutter speed used on this photograph represents the Abrasion erosion from breaking waves.
Marsden Rock is a 30m (100 ) sea stack lying just off the North Sea Coast. the Stack is primarily made up of periclase and Magnesian Limestone.
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