Sea foam ‘spume’ is blown up over Black Rock and onto Pencannow Point at Crackington Haven on the north Cornwall coast. The contorted shapes in the rocks known as the ‘Crackington formation’ were formed in the Carboniferous sandstones and grey shales by the earth’s movements several million years ago. (FujiFilm X-E2, 1986 Tamron 70-210mm F/3.8-4 Model 46A at 210mm)

Sea foam ‘spume’ is blown up over Black Rock and onto Pencannow Point at Crackington Haven on the north Cornwall coast.

The contorted shapes in the rocks known as the ‘Crackington formation’ were formed in the Carboniferous sandstones and grey shales by the earth’s movements several million years ago.

(FujiFilm X-E2, 1986 Tamron 70-210mm F/3.8-4 Model 46A at 210mm)