This is another one from Lyme Regis, standing on a limestone pavement looking down the beach. To the left, you can see a cliff of alternating bands of mudstones and limestones. The mudstones weather to clay, while the limestones remain strong, so you get instability and collapse, which leads to lots of lovely limestone blocks filled with fossils!
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