Monday, 30 September 2013
A Day Out in Dorset
Yesterday, My nan, Grandad and I went to Dorset for the day to explore and see the wonderful sights of the Jurassic Coast. The weather was beautiful. Our first stop was Durdle door which is a Limestone arch in the sea.
All in all, we all thoroughly enjoyed our day and are planning to go to the Isle Of Wight this weekend so if anyone has any recommendations on what to do and where to go on the island, please leave a comment as I have no idea what to do.
It is stunning and is the perfect place for photographers (I think I must have taken about 300 photos yesterday). Im not expert but I do love this photo. If any photographers out there have any tips for me on how to improve my photos i would be very grateful.
This is the cove which is on the left side of Durdle Door. I could not believe how blue the sea was (the picture does not do it justice) I do not know why it has taken me 18 years to visit here.
The walk down to the beach was a trek with lots of steps and quite steep on the way back but when you are surrounded by scenery like this, you don't mind.
I did get a bit snap happy.
Our next stop was Lulworth Cove. By the time we got here, we was all starving, so where better to get fish and chips then right by the coast. After we demolished the fish and chips we still had some room to have some ice cream (unfortunately I only had a little bit as im lactose intolerant and shouldn't of had any in the first place). There was a nice little pond on the way down to the cove and some very photogenic ducks.
After our brief stop, we was off to the New Forest where we spent most of the time driving around trying to find a little town which we went to before. 1 hour later we arrived in Burley which was a nice little village, however, not how I remembered it.