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Bolt Head

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Afternoon summer sunlight catching the heathers and wildflower covered coastal heathland slopes and overhanging rocks of the National Trusts Bolt Head.

This part of the Devon coastline was formed in the Devonian geological period, between roughly 350 and 400 million years ago. Much of the area consists of sedimentary mudstones and sandstones.
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