The tip of the isle of Portland in Dorset, England, is called 'Portland Bill' and it is a place that I often visit as it displays dramatic visual day-by-day changes as the weather fronts surge in from the Atlantic. It is a place where no less than 6 conflicting currents meet and produce turbulent seas and mountainous waves. Navigational charts of the area just say 'extreme danger - keep away'!!
Here we can see the famous Portland Bill lighthouse as waves hit the rocks close by the old crane used for loading the famous Portland stone - used for building the English Houses of Parliament and St. Paul's Cathedral.