A Day In Dorset | Photography

Today, whilst we were travelling home from my grandma’s house (which explains my absence online between today and Wednesday) my dad decided to take my sister and me on a trip to Dorset, to see some of the geography there. I have a keen interest in geographyΒ and have been looking forward to Geography A-Level (and possibly studying it at university, too!) so this trip was particularly exciting!

I just wanted to share some of the photos with you, in particular, the panoramas I was able to take of the places with my phone. I am currently in love with the panorama feature on my phone because I can take the COOLEST photos of wide scenes. Let me know what you think, anyway!

 

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The view from the cliff top at Durdle Door, Dorset

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Durdle Door, white cliffs and surrounding scene

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My sister looks out on Lulworth Cove

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Lulworth Cove from above

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Panorama of the bay beside Durdle Door, Dorset

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Durdle Door (arch) from the path

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The gorgeous bays of Dorset

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My dad and sister at Durdle Door, Dorset

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White cliffs and beach belowΒ 

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Durdle Door and the Isle of Portland

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Panorama of the bays and clifftop near Durdle Door

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My sister and I at Lulworth Cove

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The boats in Lulworth Cove

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The mouth of Lulworth Cove

Hope you enjoyed the pictures!

xoxo

Hannah

 

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