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Coastal England: views of Dorset

Tired of being landlocked in London we set off to be by the sea & sand for a few days.  In just 2.5 hours, by car, we found ourselves in Dorset and wasted no time in indulging on seafood for the duration of our stay.  Scallops, oysters, lobsters, fish & chips, crabs… you name it we most likely ate it.  I’ll spare you pictures of the carcasses but here are a few of the attractions in Dorset.


Chalk cliffs by Durdle Door beach
ISO 100 | f22 | 1/25 sec | 28mm



Durdle Door, limestone arch on the Jurassic Coast
ISO 100 | f22 | 1/25 sec | 24 mm



View from the ruins of Corfe Castle
ISO 100 | f10 | 1/80 sec | 24mm



Sunset over Swanage
ISO 100 | f16 | 1/15 sec | 24mm


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  • These are incredible! I love the castle framed shot from, well, the castle! Beautiful.ReplyCancel

  • I’ve been to Durdle Door – it’s wonderful on a nice day! Dorset is such a beautiful part of the world.ReplyCancel

    • Pretty much all of Dorset was in sleepy town mode while we were there which was PERFECT for some R&R. Definitely a great place for a mini-getaway!ReplyCancel

      • Oh yes! I love sleepy mode :D. We get that in Wales 😀

  • Sas

    Stunning pics jo! The Chalks Cliffs one is my fav! 🙂ReplyCancel

    • Thanks for visiting the site Sasha! We had great sunlight that day which helped massively. Can’t wait for our next trip.ReplyCancel

  • Beautiful images, Jo!ReplyCancel

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