Pulpit Rock Portland Dorset . My last posting of this year . Another shot of the stunning Dorset Jurassic coast line a really fine county and place to photograph . Living in the West country is a blessing if you love shooting landscapes , from my home in mid south west of Cornwall i can drive to most of it in about two and halve hours , enough material for ten life times let a lone one . Saying that one of my new years ambitions is to spread my wings and travel over seas and different parts…
A storm beach developed by gravel ridges being driven onshore. Note the lagoon between the storm beach and the low hills of the former coast. Storm waves throw the stones, rounded by constant impact, inland. Wind moves fine material in the same direction but human feet flatten the beach top.
a little trip to the seaside!
Last week Jazz and I enjoyed a lovely week away in Portland, Dorset, with family and friends. We spent a lot of our time climbing up the rocky hill, which was a stone's throw from our backyard, to admire beautiful views of Chesil Beach's coastline. Although it rained sometimes with occasional fog and strong winds, it didn't dampen our mood at all. When the sun came back out, which was often, Jazz was able to have paddles in the sea with her cousins. For me the slopes were a little too steep…
UK storms: Before and after
Stormy weather has wreaked havoc in many places across the country. A combination of high winds, rain and strong waves have battered the coastline and also caused flooding further inland.