the bridge over the Tughall Burn Beadnell bay

the bridge over the Tughall Burn Beadnell bay

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markkeville


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  • Carlo.Pollaci 23/03/2021 6:48

    Splendid reportage.
    Best wishes
    • markkeville 23/03/2021 10:45

      Well - it was a walk along the coast  -
      between the air and the sea and the ground.
      It was a nice day out.
      The landscape exhibits time in varying packages.
      The waves show themselves for a few seconds.
      The sand patterns might exist for half a day.
      The dunes themselves, which were built-up by the wind  over centuries - in recent years - have been cut into and exposed and degraded. This seems to be because seastorms are becoming more destructive, due to global warming.
      In places - where the dunes are being destroyed - they reveal the stumps of long-dead trees - which had been swallowed up by the sand - possibly a thousand years ago.
      Mark.

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