Sunken City, San Pedro, California 🌎 In 1929, a landslide caused the 600 block of Paseo Del Mar to shift, displace, and the exclusive beach bungalows went sailing into the Pacific Ocean. Today, the broken remnants of the streets, curbs and sidewalks that have survived have become a go-to for graffiti artists. Urban decay meets nature asserting it's place. #keziatravels
At the cutting edge of geographical research, we are always learning new and exciting lessons about how our planet works! In this Research Spotlight video, we team up with Dr Claire Earlie from Cardiff University, to learn about the recent discovery of how sea-cliffs sway during storms, revealing previously unknown ways in which the sea acts on the coastline.
Here is on of the guys from the British Antarctic Survey crossing the Tyrolian Traverse at the Range as part of a really wild Sea Level Traversing session. It's a crazy experience being just a couple of feet away from waves that you would never want to find yourself swimming in, but being totally safe and secure on the rope. It is truly exciting stuff.
It just goes to show that Sea Level Traversing can be an all weather activity! Get in touch at www.angleseyoutdoors.com if you are interested in booking!
It's well known the sea cliffs of the Pembrokeshire National Park have some of the best sea cliff climbing in the world, with in excess of 3000 routes. This is a brief snapshot over a recent visit. I'll be back !