I then batch-resized the images ready to create a PHOTOSYNTH.
Taking my cue from Ollie Bray's BLOG POST, I installed Microsoft Silverlight, and then PHOTOSYNTH itself (having to keep reminding myself to use Internet Explorer rather than my usual Chrome)
PHOTOSYNTH installs 2 programmes: a web-browser plugin for viewing the 'synths' and an application for creating them.
If you've read this far and are thinking "what's a Photosynth anyway ?", here is a DESCRIPTION.
A detailed GEOLOGICAL GUIDE of the cliffs can be viewed here (PDF download)
You will need to use INTERNET EXPLORER to VIEW THE PHOTOSYNTH...
Also embedded below: needs SILVERLIGHT TO VIEW, and to be viewed in IE or Firefox
How about putting together a GEOGRAPHICAL library of Photosynth LANDSCAPES or LANDSCAPE FEATURES.
If you've made one, please let me know....