Visited Wenlock and Ludlow, Shropshire with our first year geology students at the weekend. Both classic sites of British geology. Dusted of the gigapan robotic mount too.
Here is a gigapan of Silurian patch reefs. [Wordpress won’t let me embed gigapans directly into the blog]
The above image is I believe Ketophyllum subturbinatum, a rugose coral. [Hey, I’m a seismologist OK, and I was just there as a driver].
Note that Farley Quarry is private land and access permission should be sought from the owner.