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Les Ecrehous reef at low tide (at high tide this is totally submerged and forms the seabed). This view is looking north towards the island of Sark, to the left (west) is Jersey, and to the right (east) is the coast of France, this area is known as the Cherbourg or Cotentin Peninsular, where the Cape de la Hague Nuclear...
The second in a series of three images recorded at Les Ecrehous reef, at the low tide, when the sea returns in six hours, all but the highest rocks where the houses are built is covered by the sea. (For more details about the history and geology of this remarkable location see image "1 of 3").
The Écréhous (or Les Écréhous; in Jèrriais: Êcrého) are a groups of islands and rocks situated six miles north-east of Jersey (eight miles from France). They form part of the Bailiwick of Jersey and are administratively part of the Parish of St. Martin. The most significant islets in the group are, Maîtr'Île,...