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Off to Durdle Door

Ian_S

Distinguished Member
The path that goes along the top of the cliffs is as good a view as any. It offers pretty good views.
 

Simon3119

Established Member
This maybe worth a read before you go and for others thinking of going.

The Lulworth Estate
 

Strobe

Prominent Member
Down on the beach is also good, you can get some nice lines with ebb/flow of the sea in the foreground. Btw, be ready to get your clone stamp tool out in your PP, unless you're visiting at dawn you'll more than likely have several tourists to get rid of! Man O'War bay is good as well, on the other side of the 'door. In some ways, I prefer it to Durdle Door. Kimmeridge Bay is also worth a visit and not too far away.
 

Chubster

Established Member
I was there just a few days ago.....stunning place and cant believe I have never been before....its only two hours away from me :eek:

As the others have said anywhere is good really, the path at the top give some wonderful views as does the beach. Lulworth Cove also looks stunning on the way back down.

You can see some "snaps" here.....have to admit I was very dissapointed with my efforts when I tried to get some scenic shots
 

richardhurst

Established Member
I was there just a few days ago.....stunning place and cant believe I have never been before....its only two hours away from me :eek:

As the others have said anywhere is good really, the path at the top give some wonderful views as does the beach. Lulworth Cove also looks stunning on the way back down.

You can see some "snaps" here.....have to admit I was very dissapointed with my efforts when I tried to get some scenic shots

You didn't try anymore long exposure stuff then. I'm going well armed I've purchased new Grad and ND filters, filter holder kit, I've hired a cracking lens and ready to give it my all. If I don't get some decent photos like you see on here and online the gear goes off the bloody cliff :)
 

Chubster

Established Member
No, with the other half and four dogs there wasnt really the time or inclination...I have promised myself a return visit :smashin:.

Dont talk to me about "off the cliff"...the very first day we arrived on our very first walk one of our dogs decided to launch himself off the edge of the quarry at wispit...about 30ft.....how he got out with just a graze on his chin we will never know
 

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