Freshwater Bay by Paul Coueslant (England Photo Spot)

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Freshwater Bay - Photo by Paul Coueslant

Freshwater Bay is one of the most picturesque beaches in West Wight. The beach is covered in a mixture of grey flint and chalk pebbles that make a unique sound as the waves rise and fall onto the shore. The Bay has been slowly formed from the steep chalk cliffs that surround it by thousands of years of exposure to the waves. During an abnormally low tide you will be able to walk across the rocky exposed ledge to see the caves and small bay to the western side of Freshwater Bay. (Freshwater, Isle of Wight, England)

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