Sunday, August 05, 2007

Kilve Beach with North Hill in the background
It is a geological site of special interest for rock formation and fossils. There are alternate layers of limestone and shale and they date back to 200 million years ago. The creatures would have been living near the sunlit surface of the sea during the mid Jurassic period. No wonder I feel at home here:)

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3 comments:

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

It is all so very beautiful Pat...England...I Love It!
This is one of the things that is so fabulous about blogging. I get to travel all over the world with my blog buddies and see things I would never see....AMAZINGLY Wonderful! THanks, my dear....

kenju said...

You know what I would like to do? I'd like to have 3-4 weeks to explore England with you; no schedules, just go wherever the roads take us! I love the pics and the ancient history and the beach!

PI said...

Naomi: the feeling is mutual and I especially relish the differences.

Judy: Mr Kenju and MTL can cope on their own for a month - yes?