Old Harry Rocks
The white chalk formations, popularly known as Old Harry Rocks is one of the most famous landmarks on the South Coast of England. There are a number of theories about where Old Harry got its name. It is supposedly named after either a famous local pirate (Harry Paye) or the devil.
Photograph taken in Dorset, England.
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