Fine Art Landscape Photography Marros Sands, Carmarthenshire, Wales, UK
Looking East along the two miles beach of Marros Sands, which itself is about a mile from the nearest road, ensuring the beach is always quiet (between Pendine and Amroth). The beach is mostly sandy, with a pebble back, and the remains of a submerged forest are evident at low tide. The ‘Marros Group’ of South Wales Namurian age rocks (326-313 million years old) is named after Marros since it is here that they create spectacular coastal cliffs. The Group contains the Twrch Sandstone, which is overlain by the Bishopston Mudstone and the Telpyn Point Sandstone.
* This image is a Limited Edition Print of 350 for all prints larger than 12"x8".