Popular Dorset posts on PhotoBlog.com

The sun came out this afternoon, so I headed for the sea again when I had some time off. Despite the warm sunshine, there was a stiff breeze, throwing some…

During a short stroll along the seafront at Lyme Regis today I spent some time just watching the waves breaking on the rocks. I was fascinated by the patterns…

A few weeks ago I shared some film photo photos I’d digitised by photographing them with my digital camera. While the monochrome films worked out really well I…

Last weekend when we were down in Dorset we wandered through the woods on the outskirts of Dorchester and strolled by the cottage where Thomas Hardy was born in…

Just back from a nice weekend with friends in Dorset. The main event of the weekend was the Weymouth Beer Festival but they live in Dorchester and we took the…

I dragged myself out of bed early again this morning, to capture the last dawn before I left Lyme Regis. There wasn’t quite enough cloud to create a really…

The sun returned again today so I headed back down to the Cobb this afternoon, this time armed with a long telephoto lens to photograph the birds. Because of…

I knew the sunny weather yesterday was too good to be true. This morning we awoke to torrential rain, which persisted down for the entire day. I wasn’t going to…

Following the blustery gales of yesterday, this morning looked more promising, so I headed down to the Cobb for sunrise. I wasn’t the only early riser and I…

Following my long drive west to Lyme Regis I followed my usual pattern of taking a walk along the Cobb, the town’s huge Victorian harbour wall. Unfortunately,…

A wonderful two weeks away spent on the Jurassic coast. Common Blue - Portland. Big female seen on the coastal path. So very different to finding reptiles in…

Toadlet of Epping Forest. Brown Argus - Wanstead Park. Common Seal - Dorset. Small Copper. Bee Orchid - Wanstead Park. A West bay Herring Gull. One Ringlet to…

We headed to the seaside today, with the task of finding a photo that illustrated the concept of happiness. Lyme Regis was bathed in sunshine and, with…

How would you like a view of a ruined castle at the end of your street? A wet cold January is probably not the best time to visit Corfe Castle in Dorset, but at…

Every morning this week I’ve set my alarm for 6.30 in the hope of a beautiful sunrise. Each day I’ve stumbled sleepily out of bed to the window, only to find a…

I returned to the Cobb after lunch today for a spot of people watching. When the sun's out it's a popular place to take a stroll and there were even a good…

When I visit Lyme Regis I always visit the Cobb, often to capture the beautiful colours of sunrise. Today there was a soft shroud of cloud over the town so I…

The June heatwave has seen five sizzling days in a row during which temperatures in parts of the UK have topped 30C. Large Skipper captured at Burton…
Loading...
Up
Copyright @Photoblog.com