In the Shadow of the Long Mynd

According to wikipedia, the geology of the Long Mynd dates back to the Precambrian era, “and during that time would have been 60° south of the equator, the same latitude as the Falkland Islands. Shropshire would have been at the very edge of a large continent near the sea, which was being buckled by tectonic activity, causing volcanoes to form”. Some time after all that, Sam Taplin and I bounced around over the top of it all, making videos. Isn’t the world strange?

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