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Bossiney Haven, Cornwall
England
A hard, steep climb past a waterfall to this deserted beach which is not safe for swimming during an incoming tide. The millions of mussels behind you will be underwater when the tide comes in.
Copyright: John Willetts Arps
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Resolution: 6000x3000
Uploaded: 04/02/2011
Updated: 09/07/2014
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Tags: nature; coast; beach; sea; cave
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