Dorset at its Best!

27 Jan
Kimmeridge and the Dorset Coast

Kimmeridge Bay and the Dorset Coast

This shot was taken on a recent walk on an absolutely glorious day last week. It was a cold, crisp and clear day, ideal for landscape shots such as this – and what a landscape it is! It was taken from the footpath to Swyre Head and shows the whole of Kimmeridge Bay with Smedmore House below us, Clavell Tower on the headland beyond that, and in the distance, Gad Cliff, Mupe Bay and right across the water, Weymouth and Portland. Can you see why I love walking in the hills and on the coast of Dorset?

We’ve had a few of these cold, clear days recently so I will be posting a full walk shortly, but for now, this is a taster to enjoy!

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Thanks for stopping by.

Until next time,
Your friend The Dorset Rambler

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4 Responses to “Dorset at its Best!”

  1. John & Liz January 27, 2016 at 8:04 pm #

    Love it there , not so long ago that we were staying in clavell tower again. It’s a pity you weren’t walking by then, as you could have popped in for a cuppa !
    Just such a lovely Coast path
    John & Liz

    • thedorsetrambler January 28, 2016 at 3:37 pm #

      Hi John and Liz

      Good to hear from you guys again and glad you are still visiting Dorset. Wish I’d known you were there – I’d have made sure I was passing that way :). Next time perhaps.

      Keep well.

      Terry

  2. Rustic Recluse January 29, 2016 at 9:13 am #

    This is so beautiful, almost surreal! Cheers Sir, I’ve missed visiting your blog with all these wonderful sights!

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