Jon Wyatt Photography - dunraven
Dunraven Bay, South Wales.
The large ‘imbricated’ boulders scattered above the high tide mark are evidence of the UK’s largest natural disaster. In 1607 a 25-foot high tsunami swept up the Bristol Channel killing 3000 people and flooding a 200 square mile wide area in North Somerset and South Wales.
‘The Sixth Extinction’ project is featured this week in the ‘Another Place’ contemporary photography magazine on tumblr – here. The project concerns ecosystem transition and is loosely based around the investigations of a group of scientists into a 200 million year old mystery – a mass extinction event which wiped out around 80% of all life on earth.
Hipstamatic landscape photography imagery now on Instagram
November 11th, 2014