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  • JJ Willmore

    Walton-on-the-Naze cliffs - for fossils, especially shark's teeth.

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The end of the walk in Frinton and a very special place.....The end of the pier at Walton-On-The-Naze, Essex

Joggins Cliffs, Nova Scotia: fantastic fossil hunting on the shores of the Bay of Fundy

Ashfall Fossil Beds State Historical Park: An ancient volcanic eruption left a rich cache of fossils at this site near Royal. It's a top-notch educational attraction.

  • Anne

    My family and I have been to Ashfall several times. Very highly recommended. Unique and amazing site to visit in Nebraska.

Gigantikus ammonitesz.

Ancient fossils in ancient landscapes

Trace fossil footprints enshrined in Permian Coconino Sandstone, Jackass Creek, Grand Canyon.

Naze Tower, Walton on the Naze, Essex

trilobite fossils in the Burgess Shale fossil beds on Mount Stephen - Burgess is one of the most plentiful and scientifically valuable fossil beds in the world

More Megalodon Teeth, Photograph of fossil shark teeth found by the Chesapeake Bay. Rebecca Sherman. #chesapeakebay #paleontology

Pictured: These bright beach huts run from Walton-on-the-Naze to Frinton-on-Sea in Essex, and from working class to chi-chi. "This was done very early in the morning when the tide had gone out," Rock says, "which is why you have the remnants of the sea. I like that little bit of reflection"

Inveraray Castle and Garden, Argyll, Scotland

  • Louise Armistead

    Visited here last year and thought it was the best castle I've ever been to...

  • Vicki Swenson Guthrie

    Would love to see Scotland in autumn.

  • RoseMary Ellis

    Now this was a most beautiful castle. Family still lives on the 3 floor. It is the seat of Clan Campbell. In Scotland you can't fall down 'lessen you fall on a Campbell!

  • Louise Armistead

    Yes! I remember the family were just wandering around with the visitors! The Duke was helping out in the shop...

  • RoseMary Ellis

    Do you think this will be the fate of Downton Abbey? Will the Lord and Lady have to open the house to the visitors, help in the souvenir shop/tea room? LOL I'll bet it takes gazillions to restore and upkeep some of these castles.