The Coast of Light series, June 2012
Cliff top marker in 2009, Cala del Aceite
In the summer of 2009 I took this photograph of one of the markers lining the cliff-top path, near Cala del Aceite, which stand like skittles on a conveyor belt. This Atlantic coastline is exposed to extreme weather conditions at certain times of the year. It is battered by storms and also subject to torrential rain, meaning the cliffs are similutaneously undercut and washed out to sea.
Cliff top in June 2012 with missing marker
Soil erosion and fallen cliff top marker, Cala del Aceite
Landslide debris with cliff top marker, Cala del Aceite
Cala del Aceite - landslide debris
Tags:Andalucia, Atlantic coastline, Cala del Aceite, cliff-top marker, Conil de la Frontera, landslide, Spain
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