David Hansford Photography | Dorset

Dorset is famous for the Jurassic Coast (which is a World Heritage Site), which include Lulworth Cove, Portland, Chesil Beach and Durdle Door. Away from the coast there is rural countryside with pretty villages and varied landscapes.
The writer Thomas Hardy was inspired by places in Dorset and many of his novels were set in villages and towns of the county.

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Sherborne Castle this morning - ID: XT181904-01The Mill and Weir at Sturminster Newton, Dorset - ID: XT181854-01The Mill and Weir at Sturminster Newton, Dorset - ID: XT181848-01The Mill and Weir at Sturminster Newton, Dorset - ID: XT181844-01Winter Trees with Rooks Nesting - ID: XP181540-02Late afternoon on Jerusalem Hill, near Sherborne in Dorset - ID: XP181111A Green Hill in Dorset with a Blue Sky with nice Clouds - ID: XT181002-01Early Morning Feed - ID: XP177006Cloudscape over Blackmore Vale, Dorset - ID: XP176976Morning Mist at Sherborne Castle - ID: XP176823-02Sherborne, Dorset, UK, Autumn in the November Sunshine - ID: XP176711Sun rising over panorama Dorset countryside with horses and blue sky - ID: XP2176360Morning towards Jerusalem Hill, near Sherborne in Dorset - ID: XP2176135Gold Hill, Shaftesbury, Dorset in Summer - ID: XT1173119Blackmore Vale in Summer near Shaftesbury in Dorset - ID: XT1173031Fontmell Down Nature Reserve,  Compton Abbas, Cranborne Chase ANOB, Dorset. Jack a five month old English Springer Spaniel rests amongst the poppies - ID: XP2172720Abstract Trees - ID: XP2172394Idyllic countryside at Sturminster Newton, Dorset, UK while medieval mill alongside River Stour opens for visitors - ID: XT1172216-01Idyllic countryside at Sturminster Newton, Dorset, UK while medieval mill alongside River Stour opens for visitors - ID: XT1172209-01Abstract Trees - ID: XP2172243