ROCK FORMATIONS AT THURLESTONE, DEVON (1)


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A long weekend spent at Thurlestone, Devon for a family event – a cheerful one – meant time to explore an unfamiliar area. And the rocks on the beach were quite unlike any we had seen before; certainly unlike anything on our part of the Dorset coast, 100 miles or so to the west. So I took some photos. Having no geological knowledge, I can’t say if this is part of the real – or even the flexibly tourist office-defined – “Jurassic Coast”, but I suspect not. Here are some of the strange bumpy many-hued formations.

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6 thoughts on “ROCK FORMATIONS AT THURLESTONE, DEVON (1)

  1. Lovely post, RH! Family events in unfamiliar places sounds like a good alternative. The formations and colours are amazing, I was wondering about this being part of the Jurrasic Coast. A couple of weeks ago we went to West Runton, North Norfolk where almost every stone tells a long story. There are lots of treasures on the English beaches! 🙂
    Wishing you and your ladies a happy weekend,
    Dina & co

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    • It was indeed a great weekend. Always good to explore somewhere new. The Church, for example, was very interesting. It’s too far west to be jurassic, so I need to investigate further. Before turning my attention to Norfolk!

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