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Ammonite fossil in Lyme Bay on the coast of Dorset and East Devon. Often called the Jurassic Coast, this length of coastline is England’s only natural UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its outstanding combination of globally significant geological features that display 185 million years of the Earth’s history. Here, a range of outstanding examples of coastal features, fossils, landforms and processes are renowned for their contribution to international earth science investigations.

Photograph by Guy Edwardes

About Guy Edwardes

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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