Some images I’ve been meaning to post for a while from a visit to the Jurassic Coast in Dorset in September 2021. Some of the colouring in the images has come out a bit extreme and though not completely true to life or consistent across the pics it does give some of them more oomph!
The Jurassic Coast is one of the most significant places for fossils in the UK, and a site of many landslips – with one taking place not long after I was there. I remember looking at the area which did collapse and thinking how different it looked to other areas. I first visited this area in 2011, which was the year I launched this website, and my experiences in Dorset inspired me to set it up.
6 thoughts on “The Jurassic Coast 🦖”
Grand photos. A fascinating place to walk.
Lovely photos Daniel. I’ve watched lots of Cormorants this year – what strange and fascinating birds they are! Love the way they hold their wings to dry off. And their incredibly beautiful eyes!
Great photos! West Bay is one of my favourite places to visit in Dorset as well. I hiked from West Bay to Golden Cap and back last autumn, and getting back to West Bay and just relaxing at the end of the pier while watching the light play on the cliffs was amazing.
Thank you! I have fond memories of walking along that ridge also. Something so special about this ancient hills that are falling away.