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Widemouth Bay, Cornwall
England

The low winter sun breaks past Black Rock on Widemouth Beach on Cornwall's rugged northern Atlantic coastline.

Copyright: Gary Davies
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Resolution: 11964x5982
Taken: 01/01/2013
Uploaded: 07/01/2013
Updated: 15/04/2014
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Tags: beach; rocks; atlantic; surf; seaweed; cornwall; widemouth; bay; sea; nature
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