Southern Coastline Of The Isle of Wight
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This is a stretch of the southern coastline of the Isle of Wight, the island where I live.
You can see the variation in colours of the cliff face; parts are very chalky and other parts sand.
The Needles are faintly visible, in the distance, a white formation of rocks that stick up from the sea, just off the main coastline.
The Isle of Wight is gradually shrinking, due to erosion around the island's coastline and we often have parts of the cliffs, fall into the sea, especially on this side of the island.
Thanks for viewing. :)
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