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Coastal terrace, or raised beach. Shoreline with a raised beach reaching over 30 metres in height (centre right), now covered in grass. A coastline can become raised above sea level by upwards land movements compensating for erosion or by a fall in sea level. Photographed on the Inner Hebrides, Scotland.
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