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Yellow

It's a bit early for anything yellow to be sprouting here in my part of the UK at the moment, so I'm sharing part of the Jurassic Coastline. We walked part of the coastal path one bright but chilly March day last year, starting at Studland in Dorset and heading towards Swanage.

Week 3 - Yellow (rock)

I've cropped it quite a bit as there were several people and a dog clambering round the rocks trying to get to the main part of the beach before the tide cut them off.

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So cool! Just the name - Jurassic Coastline - makes me all shivery with the excitement of a possible dinosaur discovery.
I don't know if they've found dinosaurs, but there are certainly fossils from the dinosaurs that were there. The coastline is 95 miles in length and has rocks recording 185 million years of earth's history. Mind blowing!
Oh - isn't that interesting?
We'd never have gone there if Bethan hadn't chosen the coastal path to feature in a school project - it was a lovely day out.
Beautiful! I've never heard of the Jurassic Coastline before.
It's a lovely stretch of coastline with beautiful walks, and lots (185 million years) of history!
Interesting name!
It's prehistoric!