The main highlight of the Dorset scenery is the spectacular Jurassic Coast, 95 miles of beautiful coastline and a World Heritage site due to its importance in the development of geology and palaeontology. The South West coastal path follows the entire coastline, giving access to many scenic viewpoints. Inland, there are many picture-book villages, with thatched cottages and attractive honey coloured buildings, set in a landscape of rolling hills and farmlands. So although Dorset does not boast any mountains or moorland, there are plenty of opportunities for the keen photographer.
The Bovington Tank Museum hosts the largest collection of tanks and armoured vehicles in the world. The site has long ...Read More
Corfe Castle stands on a small mound in a strategic gap in the Purbeck Hills. In addition to the castle, ...Read More
Lulworth Cove is a well known beauty spot on the Dorset Coast, which together with Durdle Door just a mile ...Read More
Old Harry Rocks mark the eastern of the Dorset Jurassic Coast, and round off the coastline in spectacular fashion. The ...Read More
Portland Bill lies at the southern tip of the Isle of Portland. Once this was really an island, but is ...Read More
Swanage is a small seaside resort at the eastern end of the Dorset Jurassic Coast. For photographers, the main interest ...Read More
In 1943 during the build up to D-Day, the village of Tyneham was evacuated to make way for a military ...Read More
Dorset Locations Map
A selection of images from Cumbria are shown at our Dorset Gallery Page.