Charmouth – Reflections of Light
Apart from my home county of West Sussex there are two other places I most like to visit. Top of the list is Scotland. Unfortunately it’s the best part of 400 miles just to cross the border, let alone reach the Highlands; not to mention the journey time by car of at least 6 hours and that doesn’t include hold ups or any stops. It’s therefore not very practical to go there on a regular basis.
Much closer to home is the county of Dorset and my wife and I are regular visitors. It offers a wonderful combination of varied countryside and a truly majestic coastline – or in other words The Jurassic Coast, which has been a World Heritage Site since 2001.
Photographic opportunities are in abundance. Here are just three images from our most recent visit to the area.
Charmouth – Towards Golden Cap
Jurassic Clifftops from White Nothe
Spectacular scenery and in many ways a more than adequate substitute for Scotland……and I can get there and back in one day, very comfortably!
Here are links to a few other posts which feature Dorset.
Portland Bill Lighthouse with the Leica M9-P
Colour of light on The Jurassic Coast
Alone on The Cobb