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On a recent holiday, we decided to visit the Jurassic coast. Not because we had dinosaurs on the mind when we were deciding where to go but because we had heard that it would be a peaceful break. This is the pub near our bed and breakfast. Interesting in that you can see the front door opens directly onto the main road. I guess that’s what you call road side service. Can’t get closer than that. Easy to lose an arm or a leg though.
The collection of holiday homes.
A gate unto green fields.
A path onto green fields.
The seaside on one side.
And on the other.
A secluded farm house. You never know what might be going on inside. Perhaps secret military experiments.
Peter’s finger. I wonder where the rest of him is.
The famous Durdle door. Slightly anti-climatic to see in person.
Photo of the seaside with random walkers.
Photo of the seaside with random urchin.
Photo of the seaside with no one.
The colourful waterside sheds for rent.
An angry sign.
A more explicit warning.
Lots of trees.
Really tall trees.
Places to sit and ponder.
A bit of a walk after a rest.
Decisions of which path to follow. On path or off path?
An ideal place to walk the dog.
Walking the dogs among the horses.
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