What Matters A Hole In The Wall In Durdle Door

The Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site reveals some unusual beautiful stone formations. Durdle Door is one of them. Follow more of the photography of Grey World Nomads on www.travelbug.co/photography

Traveling along the coast in the south of England we went for a stroll to Durdle Door. The Durdle Door arch and beach are part of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site and belong to the Lulworth Estate.

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We accessed the shingle beach on foot via a path and steps down from the Car Park (located on the cliff top at Durdle Door Holiday Park.). We walked along the shore to the other end to see another ‘hole in a wall’ which will probably look the same as the Durdle Door arch in a few thousands of years.

Dogs are allowed on the beach which enabled a pleasant day out for them, too. The Marine Conservation Society recommended the beach for excellent water quality.

 
Dorset, England

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Author: Marcelle Simone Heller

I'm searching for natural beauty and wilderness, while I'm travelling relentlessly to find delightful places and encounters with wildlife. I try to capture the thrill of the moments in photography and words, hoping to inspire others with the love for animals and nature.

15 thoughts on “What Matters A Hole In The Wall In Durdle Door”

  1. Now that’s an interesting shot! And thank you for sharing your shot specs as well. I’m slowly learning more and more of my SLR and posts like this help.

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