United Kingdom Pulpit Rock

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Chris Frost

About This Spot

Pulpit Rock is all that remains of what was once a natural sea arch, the majority of it chopped away by quarrymen during the late 19th century – the remnant stack purposely left as a relic to the quarrying activities that Portland remains famous for. The rock, which is exposed to some of Portland’s wildest seas, constantly battered by huge rolling waves, can be a truly epic place to photograph.

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