Old Harry Rocks are situated at the eastern end of the Jurassic Coast, and signify the start of this amazing coastline. Lying between swanage and studland, they form the start of Poole harbour and make a great day out for walkers who like to brave heights. Part of the Southwest coastal walking path, you can either view them on your way through, or park your car in the car park next to the Bankes Arms pub and take the short 30-minute walk out there.
Durdle Door is one of the most photographed landmarks along the Jurassic coastline. The softer rocks in the middle were eventually eroded way by the constant pounding of the sea to form this arch, which will eventually collapse and leave behind sea stacks instead of this beautiful arch. So get there quickly!!
Close up of Durdle Door with the rising moon above it at dusk, Dorset, England
Durdle Door in the moonlight, Dorset, England. Captured late evening as the moonlight flooded through the rock's archway. The long exposure has also produced some nice star trails to the right of the arch.
Lulworth Cove is just one of the many great attractions found along the Jurassic Coast. Formed by the combined powers of river and sea colliding, this is a beautiful and relatively peaceful cove despite it's popularity during the summer months.
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