Exploring Dorset

Southern England

It was the 16th of November 2014, which was the day of the "Dorset Instameet" I'd never been to an Instameet or this part of the Jurassic Coast before. So I thought.. Hey, why not!

It was so great to meet a bunch of people who have the same passion for photography.

The view was incredible... Plus the water was a stunning colour!

This is the start of Old Harry's Rocks, which is a famous rock formation at the end of the coast. Just look at that cliff edge!!

Here is a glimpse of the Rocks, there are three chalk formations which include a stack and a stump.

Yours truly overlooking the beauty...

Next we made it down into the small village of Corfe Castle. The fortification dates back to the 11th century and was built by William the Conqueror. Corfe Castle soon led to be demolished in 1645. Now the ruins remain for the public to see. Next page!

Then onto Corfe Castle Station, which is another popular place of interest to visit in the area of Purbeck. You can see regular Steam Locomotives run through the station, which are a great thing to photograph!

To finish off... Here is a classic view of the station. It's a great view because you can see part of the Castle ruins in the background.

Thank you all for reading!

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