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Dover UK Border Force looking for migrants arriving by boat from France, Home Office Immigration Enforcement, St Margaret's Bay, Dover. - Jess Hurd - 21-09-2020
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21-09-2020 Dover UK Border Force looking for migrants arriving by boat from France, Home Office Immigration Enforcement, St Margaret's Bay, Dover. © Jess Hurd
Dover UK Border Force looking for migrants arriving by boat from France, Home Office Immigration Enforcement, St Margaret's Bay, Dover. - Jess Hurd - 21-09-2020
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21-09-2020 Dover UK Border Force looking for migrants arriving by boat from France, Home Office Immigration Enforcement, St Margaret's Bay, Dover. © Jess Hurd
Dover UK Border Force looking for migrants arriving by boat from France, Home Office Immigration Enforcement, St Margaret's Bay, Dover. - Jess Hurd - 21-09-2020
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21-09-2020 Dover UK Border Force looking for migrants arriving by boat from France, Home Office Immigration Enforcement, St Margaret's Bay, Dover. © Jess Hurd
Dover UK Border Force looking for migrants arriving by boat from France, Home Office Immigration Enforcement, St Margaret's Bay, Dover. - Jess Hurd - 21-09-2020
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21-09-2020 Dover UK Border Force looking for migrants arriving by boat from France, Home Office Immigration Enforcement, St Margaret's Bay, Dover. © Jess Hurd
Dover UK Border Force looking for migrants arriving by boat from France, Home Office Immigration Enforcement, St Margaret's Bay, Dover. - Jess Hurd - 21-09-2020
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21-09-2020 Dover UK Border Force looking for migrants arriving by boat from France, Home Office Immigration Enforcement, St Margaret's Bay, Dover. © Jess Hurd
Victorian era hotels beneath the White Cliffs of Dover, Kent - Philip Wolmuth - 15-08-2019
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15-08-2019 Victorian era hotels beneath the White Cliffs of Dover, Kent © Philip Wolmuth
P&O cross channel ferry Spirit of Britain approaches the Eastern Docks, Port of Dover, Kent. - Philip Wolmuth - 15-08-2019
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15-08-2019 P&O cross channel ferry Spirit of Britain approaches the Eastern Docks, Port of Dover, Kent. © Philip Wolmuth
Elderly walkers resting, The Isle of Purbeck peninsula, Dorset - John Harris - 14-02-2019
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14-02-2019 Elderly walkers resting, The Isle of Purbeck peninsula, Dorset © John Harris
Walker resting after a steep climb, The Isle of Purbeck peninsula, Dorset - John Harris - 14-02-2019
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14-02-2019 Walker resting after a steep climb, The Isle of Purbeck peninsula, Dorset © John Harris
Walker resting after a steep climb, The Isle of Purbeck peninsula, Dorset - John Harris - 14-02-2019
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14-02-2019 Walker resting after a steep climb, The Isle of Purbeck peninsula, Dorset © John Harris
Walkers, The Isle of Purbeck peninsula, Dorset - John Harris - 14-02-2019
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14-02-2019 Walkers, The Isle of Purbeck peninsula, Dorset © John Harris
Coast Guard cottages, The Isle of Purbeck peninsula, Dorset - John Harris - 14-02-2019
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14-02-2019 Coast Guard cottages, The Isle of Purbeck peninsula, Dorset © John Harris
Cliff edge, Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot, East Sussex. There are an estimated 20 deaths by suicide a year at Beachy Head - Jess Hurd - 28-07-2018
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28-07-2018 Cliff edge, Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot, East Sussex. There are an estimated 20 deaths by suicide a year at Beachy Head © Jess Hurd
Cliff edge, Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot, East Sussex. There are an estimated 20 deaths by suicide a year at Beachy Head - Jess Hurd - 28-07-2018
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28-07-2018 Cliff edge, Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot, East Sussex. There are an estimated 20 deaths by suicide a year at Beachy Head © Jess Hurd
Tourists taking selfies, Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot in East Sussex - Jess Hurd - 28-07-2018
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28-07-2018 Tourists taking selfies, Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot in East Sussex © Jess Hurd
Cliff edge, Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot, East Sussex. There are an estimated 20 deaths by suicide a year at Beachy Head - Jess Hurd - 28-07-2018
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28-07-2018 Cliff edge, Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot, East Sussex. There are an estimated 20 deaths by suicide a year at Beachy Head © Jess Hurd
Cliff edge, Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot, East Sussex. There are an estimated 20 deaths by suicide a year at Beachy Head - Jess Hurd - 28-07-2018
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28-07-2018 Cliff edge, Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot, East Sussex. There are an estimated 20 deaths by suicide a year at Beachy Head © Jess Hurd
Tourists at Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot in East Sussex. Beachy Head Lighthouse - Jess Hurd - 28-07-2018
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28-07-2018 Tourists at Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot in East Sussex. Beachy Head Lighthouse © Jess Hurd
Tourists at Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot in East Sussex - Jess Hurd - 28-07-2018
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28-07-2018 Tourists at Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot in East Sussex © Jess Hurd
Tourists at Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot in East Sussex - Jess Hurd - 28-07-2018
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28-07-2018 Tourists at Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot in East Sussex © Jess Hurd
Tourists at Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot in East Sussex - Jess Hurd - 28-07-2018
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28-07-2018 Tourists at Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot in East Sussex © Jess Hurd
Beachy Head Lighthouse, Beachy Head is a Chalk headland and suicide spot in East Sussex - Jess Hurd - 28-07-2018
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28-07-2018 Beachy Head Lighthouse, Beachy Head is a Chalk headland and suicide spot in East Sussex © Jess Hurd
Cliff edge, Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot, East Sussex. There are an estimated 20 deaths by suicide a year at Beachy Head - Jess Hurd - 28-07-2018
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28-07-2018 Cliff edge, Beachy Head, a Chalk headland and suicide spot, East Sussex. There are an estimated 20 deaths by suicide a year at Beachy Head © Jess Hurd
Refugees welcome projected across the white cliffs of Dover. Collaboration between campaign organisation Global Justice Now and guerrilla projectionists Feral X. - Jess Hurd - 01-04-2016
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01-04-2016 Refugees welcome projected across the white cliffs of Dover. Collaboration between campaign organisation Global Justice Now and guerrilla projectionists Feral X. © Jess Hurd
Refugees welcome projected across the white cliffs of Dover. Collaboration between campaign organisation Global Justice Now and guerrilla projectionists Feral X. - Jess Hurd - 01-04-2016
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01-04-2016 Refugees welcome projected across the white cliffs of Dover. Collaboration between campaign organisation Global Justice Now and guerrilla projectionists Feral X. © Jess Hurd
Refugees welcome projected across the white cliffs of Dover. Collaboration between campaign organisation Global Justice Now and guerrilla projectionists Feral X. - Jess Hurd - 01-04-2016
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01-04-2016 Refugees welcome projected across the white cliffs of Dover. Collaboration between campaign organisation Global Justice Now and guerrilla projectionists Feral X. © Jess Hurd
Refugees welcome projected across the white cliffs of Dover. Collaboration between campaign organisation Global Justice Now and guerrilla projectionists Feral X. - Jess Hurd - 01-04-2016
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01-04-2016 Refugees welcome projected across the white cliffs of Dover. Collaboration between campaign organisation Global Justice Now and guerrilla projectionists Feral X. © Jess Hurd
Refugees welcome projected across the white cliffs of Dover. Collaboration between campaign organisation Global Justice Now and guerrilla projectionists Feral X. - Jess Hurd - 01-04-2016
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01-04-2016 Refugees welcome projected across the white cliffs of Dover. Collaboration between campaign organisation Global Justice Now and guerrilla projectionists Feral X. © Jess Hurd
Refugees welcome projected across the white cliffs of Dover. Collaboration between campaign organisation Global Justice Now and guerrilla projectionists Feral X. - Jess Hurd - 01-04-2016
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01-04-2016 Refugees welcome projected across the white cliffs of Dover. Collaboration between campaign organisation Global Justice Now and guerrilla projectionists Feral X. © Jess Hurd
South West Coast Footpath, the 554 ft cliffs of White Nothe, Dorset - David Mansell - 25-10-2015
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25-10-2015 South West Coast Footpath, the 554 ft cliffs of White Nothe, Dorset © David Mansell
Young woman walking the South West Coast Path towards Durdle Door, Dorset - David Mansell - 25-10-2015
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25-10-2015 Young woman walking the South West Coast Path towards Durdle Door, Dorset © David Mansell
Port Issac, Cornwall Tourist admiring the spectacular view of the sea. A gate gives access through a safety fence on the cliff top - David Mansell - 15-07-2015
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15-07-2015 Port Issac, Cornwall Tourist admiring the spectacular view of the sea. A gate gives access through a safety fence on the cliff top © David Mansell
Port Issac, Cornwall, A gate gives access through a safety fence on the cliff top - David Mansell - 15-07-2015
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15-07-2015 Port Issac, Cornwall, A gate gives access through a safety fence on the cliff top © David Mansell
An elderly couple pay respects at a seaside shrine, La Cala del Moral, Malaga, Spain. - Philip Wolmuth - 15-03-2015
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15-03-2015 An elderly couple pay respects at a seaside shrine, La Cala del Moral, Malaga, Spain. © Philip Wolmuth
Trucks leaving the Eastern Docks. Port of Dover, Kent. - Jess Hurd - 27-09-2014
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27-09-2014 Trucks leaving the Eastern Docks. Port of Dover, Kent. © Jess Hurd
Trucks leaving the Eastern Docks. Port of Dover, Kent. - Jess Hurd - 27-09-2014
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27-09-2014 Trucks leaving the Eastern Docks. Port of Dover, Kent. © Jess Hurd
BBC TV drone filming. Storm surge Xaviar destroys cliff top properties in Hemsby, East Anglia. - Jess Hurd - 06-12-2013
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06-12-2013 BBC TV drone filming. Storm surge Xaviar destroys cliff top properties in Hemsby, East Anglia. © Jess Hurd
Storm surge Xaviar destroys Hemsby cliff top homes, East Anglia. - Jess Hurd - 05-12-2013
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05-12-2013 Storm surge Xaviar destroys Hemsby cliff top homes, East Anglia. © Jess Hurd
Storm surge Xaviar destroys cliff top properties in Hemsby, East Anglia. - Jess Hurd - 05-12-2013
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05-12-2013 Storm surge Xaviar destroys cliff top properties in Hemsby, East Anglia. © Jess Hurd
Cliff Towson CSP. TUC, Bournemouth. - Jess Hurd - 09-09-2013
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09-09-2013 Cliff Towson CSP. TUC, Bournemouth. © Jess Hurd
Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... - David Bacon - 15-08-2013
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15-08-2013 Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... © David Bacon
Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... - David Bacon - 15-08-2013
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15-08-2013 Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... © David Bacon
Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... - David Bacon - 15-08-2013
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15-08-2013 Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... © David Bacon
Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... - David Bacon - 15-08-2013
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15-08-2013 Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... © David Bacon
Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... - David Bacon - 15-08-2013
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15-08-2013 Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... © David Bacon
Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... - David Bacon - 15-08-2013
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15-08-2013 Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... © David Bacon
Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... - David Bacon - 15-08-2013
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15-08-2013 Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... © David Bacon
Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... - David Bacon - 15-08-2013
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15-08-2013 Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... © David Bacon
Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... - David Bacon - 15-08-2013
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15-08-2013 Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... © David Bacon
Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... - David Bacon - 15-08-2013
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15-08-2013 Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... © David Bacon
Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... - David Bacon - 15-08-2013
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15-08-2013 Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... © David Bacon
Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... - David Bacon - 15-08-2013
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15-08-2013 Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... © David Bacon
Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... - David Bacon - 15-08-2013
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15-08-2013 Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... © David Bacon
Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... - David Bacon - 15-08-2013
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15-08-2013 Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... © David Bacon
Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... - David Bacon - 15-08-2013
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15-08-2013 Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... © David Bacon
Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... - David Bacon - 15-08-2013
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15-08-2013 Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... © David Bacon
Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... - David Bacon - 15-08-2013
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15-08-2013 Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... © David Bacon
Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... - David Bacon - 14-08-2013
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14-08-2013 Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... © David Bacon
Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... - David Bacon - 14-08-2013
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14-08-2013 Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... © David Bacon
Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... - David Bacon - 14-08-2013
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14-08-2013 Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... © David Bacon
Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... - David Bacon - 14-08-2013
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14-08-2013 Lava Beds National Monument, California- Petroglyphs carved into the rockface of Petroglyph Point by the ancestors of the Modoc people, Paleoindians. They were carved at a time when the rock was an is... © David Bacon
Boys playing with their dog on a cliff, scrambling down the rocks, The Algarve, Portugal - Paul Box - 23-02-2013
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23-02-2013 Boys playing with their dog on a cliff, scrambling down the rocks, The Algarve, Portugal © Paul Box
Boys playing with their dog on a cliff, scrambling down the rocks, The Algarve, Portugal - Paul Box - 23-02-2013
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23-02-2013 Boys playing with their dog on a cliff, scrambling down the rocks, The Algarve, Portugal © Paul Box
Boys playing with their dog on a cliff, scrambling down the rocks, The Algarve, Portugal - Paul Box - 23-02-2013
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23-02-2013 Boys playing with their dog on a cliff, scrambling down the rocks, The Algarve, Portugal © Paul Box
Papagayo Beach, in Los Ajaches nature reserve, Lanzarote, Canary Islands. - Jess Hurd - 09-01-2013
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09-01-2013 Papagayo Beach, in Los Ajaches nature reserve, Lanzarote, Canary Islands. © Jess Hurd
Walkers on the South West Coast Path, Cornwall, Britains longest marked footpath. - Philip Wolmuth - 21-05-2012
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21-05-2012 Walkers on the South West Coast Path, Cornwall, Britains longest marked footpath. © Philip Wolmuth
Coastal erosion of the white cliffs of Dover. The cliffs usually recede at a rate of 1cm per year - Paul Box - 13-04-2012
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13-04-2012 Coastal erosion of the white cliffs of Dover. The cliffs usually recede at a rate of 1cm per year © Paul Box
Properties on the edge of the cliff - coastal erosion, Happisburgh, Norfolk, East Anglia - Timm Sonnenschein - 14-02-2012
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14-02-2012 Properties on the edge of the cliff - coastal erosion, Happisburgh, Norfolk, East Anglia © Timm Sonnenschein
The ruins of Whitby Abbey a ruined Norman Benedictine abbey overlooking the North Sea on the East Cliff above Whitby in North Yorkshire, England - Jess Hurd - 10-05-2011
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10-05-2011 The ruins of Whitby Abbey a ruined Norman Benedictine abbey overlooking the North Sea on the East Cliff above Whitby in North Yorkshire, England © Jess Hurd
A Trans mountain water diversion pipeline carrying water from streams in the wilderness under the continental divide to the cities of Aurora and Colorado Springs, on the east side of the Rocky Mountai... - Jim West - 01-07-2009
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01-07-2009 A Trans mountain water diversion pipeline carrying water from streams in the wilderness under the continental divide to the cities of Aurora and Colorado Springs, on the east side of the Rocky Mountai... © Jim West
Blind runner with running guide assisting on cliff path on Sussex coast. He is connected to a guide by a tether on the wrist. - Howard Davies - 24-04-2009
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24-04-2009 Blind runner with running guide assisting on cliff path on Sussex coast. He is connected to a guide by a tether on the wrist. © Howard Davies
Blind runner with running guide assisting on cliff path on Sussex coast. He is connected to a guide by a tether on the wrist. - Howard Davies - 24-04-2009
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24-04-2009 Blind runner with running guide assisting on cliff path on Sussex coast. He is connected to a guide by a tether on the wrist. © Howard Davies
Blind runner with running guide assisting on cliff path on Sussex coast. He is connected to a guide by a tether on the wrist. - Howard Davies - 24-04-2009
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24-04-2009 Blind runner with running guide assisting on cliff path on Sussex coast. He is connected to a guide by a tether on the wrist. © Howard Davies
Fiona Lindsay is planning to be the first woman to make a crossing of the Antarctic in November 2009. She training by dragging old tyres on the Edinburgh's Salisbury Crags. - Gerry McCann - 17-01-2009
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17-01-2009 Fiona Lindsay is planning to be the first woman to make a crossing of the Antarctic in November 2009. She training by dragging old tyres on the Edinburgh's Salisbury Crags. © Gerry McCann
Fiona Lindsay is planning to be the first woman to make a crossing of the Antarctic in November 2009. She training by dragging old tyres on the Edinburgh's Salisbury Crags. - Gerry McCann - 17-01-2009
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17-01-2009 Fiona Lindsay is planning to be the first woman to make a crossing of the Antarctic in November 2009. She training by dragging old tyres on the Edinburgh's Salisbury Crags. © Gerry McCann
Fiona Lindsay is planning to be the first woman to make a crossing of the Antarctic in November 2009. She training by dragging old tyres on the Edinburgh's Salisbury Crags. - Gerry McCann - 17-01-2009
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17-01-2009 Fiona Lindsay is planning to be the first woman to make a crossing of the Antarctic in November 2009. She training by dragging old tyres on the Edinburgh's Salisbury Crags. © Gerry McCann
Fiona Lindsay is planning to be the first woman to make a crossing of the Antarctic in November 2009. She training by dragging old tyres on the Edinburgh's Salisbury Crags. - Gerry McCann - 17-01-2009
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17-01-2009 Fiona Lindsay is planning to be the first woman to make a crossing of the Antarctic in November 2009. She training by dragging old tyres on the Edinburgh's Salisbury Crags. © Gerry McCann
Fiona Lindsay is planning to be the first woman to make a crossing of the Antarctic in November 2009. She training by dragging old tyres on the Edinburgh's Salisbury Crags. - Gerry McCann - 17-01-2009
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17-01-2009 Fiona Lindsay is planning to be the first woman to make a crossing of the Antarctic in November 2009. She training by dragging old tyres on the Edinburgh's Salisbury Crags. © Gerry McCann
Fiona Lindsay is planning to be the first woman to make a crossing of the Antarctic in November 2009. She training by dragging old tyres on the Edinburgh's Salisbury Crags. - Gerry McCann - 17-01-2009
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17-01-2009 Fiona Lindsay is planning to be the first woman to make a crossing of the Antarctic in November 2009. She training by dragging old tyres on the Edinburgh's Salisbury Crags. © Gerry McCann
Fiona Lindsay is planning to be the first woman to make a crossing of the Antarctic in November 2009. She training by dragging old tyres on the Edinburgh's Salisbury Crags. - Gerry McCann - 17-01-2009
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17-01-2009 Fiona Lindsay is planning to be the first woman to make a crossing of the Antarctic in November 2009. She training by dragging old tyres on the Edinburgh's Salisbury Crags. © Gerry McCann
Fiona Lindsay is planning to be the first woman to make a crossing of the Antarctic in November 2009. She training by dragging old tyres on the Edinburgh's Salisbury Crags. - Gerry McCann - 17-01-2009
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17-01-2009 Fiona Lindsay is planning to be the first woman to make a crossing of the Antarctic in November 2009. She training by dragging old tyres on the Edinburgh's Salisbury Crags. © Gerry McCann
A cross for one of the victims of suicide and the lighthouse at Beachy Head, Sussex, UK 2008 - Howard Davies - 25-01-2008
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25-01-2008 A cross for one of the victims of suicide and the lighthouse at Beachy Head, Sussex, UK 2008 © Howard Davies
The lighthouse at Beachy Head, Sussex, UK 2008 - Howard Davies - 25-01-2008
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25-01-2008 The lighthouse at Beachy Head, Sussex, UK 2008 © Howard Davies
The lighthouse at Beachy Head, Sussex, UK 2008 - Howard Davies - 25-01-2008
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25-01-2008 The lighthouse at Beachy Head, Sussex, UK 2008 © Howard Davies
The lighthouse at Beachy Head, Sussex, UK 2008 - Howard Davies - 25-01-2008
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25-01-2008 The lighthouse at Beachy Head, Sussex, UK 2008 © Howard Davies
The lighthouse at Beachy Head, Sussex, UK 2008 - Howard Davies - 25-01-2008
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25-01-2008 The lighthouse at Beachy Head, Sussex, UK 2008 © Howard Davies
The lighthouse at Beachy Head, Sussex, UK 2008 - Howard Davies - 25-01-2008
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25-01-2008 The lighthouse at Beachy Head, Sussex, UK 2008 © Howard Davies
Gara Rock hotel near Kingsbridge, lies derelict after being sold for a holiday home development. - Paul Box - 07-08-2007
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07-08-2007 Gara Rock hotel near Kingsbridge, lies derelict after being sold for a holiday home development. © Paul Box
Geologist lecturer from Durham University lecturing on the Jurassic coastline to disabled Open University students during a field trip, Staithes, North Yorkshire. - John Harris - 21-07-2007
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21-07-2007 Geologist lecturer from Durham University lecturing on the Jurassic coastline to disabled Open University students during a field trip, Staithes, North Yorkshire. © John Harris
Sign warning of falling rocks from the cliff, Hampshire. - Paul Carter - 15-07-2007
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15-07-2007 Sign warning of falling rocks from the cliff, Hampshire. © Paul Carter
William Bremner who suffers from dementia and has a heart condition, Dunnet Head, Caithness. - Rob Bremner - 14-07-2007
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14-07-2007 William Bremner who suffers from dementia and has a heart condition, Dunnet Head, Caithness. © Rob Bremner
Surviving cottages in a terrace partly lost to coastal erosion of the chalk cliffs in the village of Birling Gap, East Sussex. - Philip Wolmuth - 08-04-2007
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08-04-2007 Surviving cottages in a terrace partly lost to coastal erosion of the chalk cliffs in the village of Birling Gap, East Sussex. © Philip Wolmuth
Lighthouse at Beachy Head and walkers on the South Downs Way, East Sussex. - Philip Wolmuth - 08-04-2007
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08-04-2007 Lighthouse at Beachy Head and walkers on the South Downs Way, East Sussex. © Philip Wolmuth
Coastal erosion at the cliffs in Happisburgh, Norfolk, East Anglia - Timm Sonnenschein - 06-12-2006
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06-12-2006 Coastal erosion at the cliffs in Happisburgh, Norfolk, East Anglia © Timm Sonnenschein
Waves break against rocks close to the village of Trevone in North Cornwall. - Philip Wolmuth - 13-08-2006
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13-08-2006 Waves break against rocks close to the village of Trevone in North Cornwall. © Philip Wolmuth
Razorbills and Guillemots, Skomer Island, South West Wales - John Harris - 11-06-2006
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11-06-2006 Razorbills and Guillemots, Skomer Island, South West Wales © John Harris
Couple walking their dog on the beach below the sandy cliffs and sea defences at their base. Barton-on-Sea near New Milton, Hampshire. - Paul Carter - 07-05-2006
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07-05-2006 Couple walking their dog on the beach below the sandy cliffs and sea defences at their base. Barton-on-Sea near New Milton, Hampshire. © Paul Carter
Couple walking their dog on the beach below the sandy cliffs and sea defences at their base. Barton-on-Sea near New Milton, Hampshire. - Paul Carter - 07-05-2006
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07-05-2006 Couple walking their dog on the beach below the sandy cliffs and sea defences at their base. Barton-on-Sea near New Milton, Hampshire. © Paul Carter
Badbea an abandoned village on the border of Caithness. The village perched above a 200 feet cliff was set up by the Duke of Sutherland to encourage his tenants to take up fishing. He later evicted th... - Rob Bremner - 11-12-2005
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11-12-2005 Badbea an abandoned village on the border of Caithness. The village perched above a 200 feet cliff was set up by the Duke of Sutherland to encourage his tenants to take up fishing. He later evicted th... © Rob Bremner
Badbea an abandoned village on the border of Caithness. The village perched above a 200 feet cliff was set up by the Duke of Sutherland to encourage his tenants to take up fishing. He later evicted th... - Rob Bremner - 11-12-2005
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11-12-2005 Badbea an abandoned village on the border of Caithness. The village perched above a 200 feet cliff was set up by the Duke of Sutherland to encourage his tenants to take up fishing. He later evicted th... © Rob Bremner
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