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Featured photograph: The sun awakens over Dorset

With miles of historic coastline to its name, Dorset offers myriad uninterrupted opportunities to watch the dawn break.

One of the most iconic locations is Old Harry Rocks: three chalk formations marking the most easterly point of the Jurassic Coast between Swanage and Studland, the site offers an atmospheric setting to watch the sun make its appearance and bathe the neighbouring towns of Bournemouth and Poole in a whole new light.


Swanning off to Swanage

The other day I had the chance of a lift down to Bournemouth for the day so I grabbed my stuff and jumped in. It wasn’t the town itself that was the attraction so much as what there is on the doorstep. 1,009 more words

Learning to sail in Poole Harbour

I love where I live. You have everything you could possibly wish for in easy reach – the beautiful sandy beaches of Sandbanks and Canford Cliffs, the rolling Purbeck hills, even the New Forest National Park is less than an hour away. 277 more words


Hartland Moor Cycle

A beautiful ride indeed. I cycled along Bournemouth seafront and then across on the chain ferry to Studland. First stop on the ride was to try and find Old Harry Rocks, I tried in first year but kept seeing them on a different cliff to the one I was on (it got very frustrating). 170 more words


Hey all, it’s been a little while since a blog post but I thought I’d talk about some lovely lovely things I’ve been up to over the Easter break. 282 more words


Our first ramble February 2017

In February 2017 we decided to join a ramblers group, we love to walk and visit beautiful landscapes so it made sense to us to join a local group and find new scenic walks. 168 more words

How To Capture Great Photos Around The Clock?

+A couple of weeks ago I wrote a post about how we can use the good old English weather to capture some great photos. Well, recently the weather has not been great apart from one day last week. 707 more words