Natures sculptures. Porlock salt marsh lies behind a long shingle ridge that forms Porlock Bay. In 1996 a storm breached the shingle ridge, inundating the low-lying marsh. It was decided not to repair the shingle ridge and let nature take it's course. You can now see the remains of well-established trees as sculptural skeletons, having been poisoned by the salt. Porlock. Exmoor National Park. Somerset. Sept 2020.
Location: Porlock. Exmoor National Park. Somerset.
Photographer: Andrew Wheatley