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Nash Point on the Glamorgan Heritage Coast of South Wales is composed of ancient limestones and clays. Layered, vertical cliffs of blue lias tower above extensive fossiliferous wave-cut terraces and fertile rock pools, bays, beaches and sea caves. The clay vales between headlands host a rich variety of plant species including endangered tuberous thistles, wild carrot and cabbage.

Photograph by Guy Edwards

About Guy Edwards

Living in Dorest, Guy has been published worldwide throughout his 25 year career and his main interest is the wildlife and wild places of the UK, where he works to capture subjects in new ways, often using new techniques in order to produce a unique image.

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