The Green Bridge of Wales


I have posted a similar image previously. It is quite an old shot and I think I’d straighten the horizon or crop to remove it. Anyway, it was licensed recently presumably for a textbook. It shows the classic sequence of headland erosion – cave, arch, stack, stump.

The Green Bridge of Wales is located in the Castlemartin area of the Pembrokeshire coast national park. The rock along this stretch of coast is carboniferous limestone.

As with all the images posted on this blog an unwatermarked version is available free for education use on the Geography Photos site.

Country: Ireland
Usage: Editorial
Media: Book, print and/or e-book
Print run: up to 50,000
Placement: Inside
Image Size: 1/4 page
Start: 21 June 2018
End: 21 June 2028
print run for 5,000

A unwatermarked version of this image, and over 53,000 others, is available free for education use at Geography Photos.  Publishers will find all images priced and available for immediate licensing and download.

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