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Dusk On The Stiperstones
England

The Stiperstones in Shropshire, England were created around 480 Million years ago, mainly formed from Quartzite, They stand at 536 metres above sea level with The Devils Chair being the most well know.

For further reading, please go to. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stiperstones

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Tags: the devil's chair; the stiperstones; perkins beach; shropshire; shrewsbury; midlands; england; sunset; dusk
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