Narrow clefts are a feature of the coast here where the strata has been rotated through 90 degrees so what was sea bed is now cliff, allowing a softer rock layer to erode away
It looks like an attraction for daring climbers. Excellent image.
15 Jul 2018 6:40am
15 Jul 2018 6:48am
Oh really spectacular !
15 Jul 2018 8:17am
15 Jul 2018 8:58am
15 Jul 2018 10:09am
Gosh ! That is a dangerous and challenging cleft here !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
15 Jul 2018 10:25am
A very interesting look at the rocks. Nice detail.
15 Jul 2018 11:18am
I am afraid to ask where you were standing to get this kind of a view. I like the sleek peek through the rock formations.
15 Jul 2018 1:34pm
@Ruthiebear: Yes an edgy situation :)
Is this Huntsmans Leap Grouse ,?.
15 Jul 2018 1:47pm
@Jeff & Pat: Full marks :) What a great stretch of coastline it is there
A spectacular image! I cannot imagine trying to climb up that sheer cliff. A magnificent view.
15 Jul 2018 8:30pm
Looks like a dangerous place to be.
15 Jul 2018 9:08pm
Amazing view !!
15 Jul 2018 10:32pm
A M A Z I N G !
16 Jul 2018 7:54pm
it certainly is
such a narrow sliver
16 Jul 2018 8:57pm
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