Lulworth Cove is a small village on the Dorset coast with a natural cove. The only way I was able to photograph the whole cove was by using the panorama setting on my phone.
The Jurassic Coast is a stretch of Dorset coastline 96 miles long and has been recognised as a World Heritage Site. The coastline is full of history and many picturesque locations such as the Man of War Rocks. The name comes from the group of rocks just off shore and can be found next toContinue reading “Man of War Rocks”
Nordkapp was once thought to be the northern most point of the Norwegian island Magerøya and has become the ending point for many peoples journey. But in actual fact Knivskjellodden point is further north and has become a popular walk for people trying to avoid the crowds and high entrance fees of Nordkapp. 7km south from NordkappContinue reading “71° North”
More of the Norwegian landscape from these fellow bloggers: All Good Hikes Come to an End Outbound to Anywhere
I was browsing the internet and came across a list of the top national parks near to great cities. I clicked on the link and was filled with pride when I saw the South Downs were the first on the list. The South Downs are not far from my home town in the UK andContinue reading “South Downs Way”