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Beach cusps seen on a shoreline in late evening sunlight. Beach cusps are shoreline features usually found at high tide, and are formed by a combination of angular winds blowing onto the beach, and wave action. The horns consists of coarser-grained material, while the embayments contain finer-grained material. Photographed near Durdle Door, Dorset, UK.
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