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Geography coursework - writing about images

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    My coursework is based on a honeypot site and i have two pictures i need to write about.. a cave and a stack (both on a beach)

    What can i write about these? I have to say how they are relevant to my project but i dont know what else??
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    We had to do coursework on coasts which included erosion which forms caves and stacks. Basically, we put an image of the place we were studying and annotated it to show what they were. Then we explained what they were and how they formed. We also mentioned what type of erosion is more likely to cause these type of landforms.
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    (Original post by amberox)
    My coursework is based on a honeypot site and i have two pictures i need to write about.. a cave and a stack (both on a beach)

    What can i write about these? I have to say how they are relevant to my project but i dont know what else??
    What is your project?

    Do you need to write about the coastal erosion processes that caused them or just their nature?
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    Why are the pictures there?

    Just say what they show, and how it links to your project.

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