Two huge rocks lying on the floor of Castle Eden Dene, a wooded valley descending down to the coast in Co. Durham, north-east England, carved out by glacial action during the last ice age. These probably fell from the sides of the valley, and are known locally as The Kissing Frogs.
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Photo taken in Castle Eden Dene National Nature Reserve, Peterlee, County Durham, UK
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