18.30: Travel to Durdle Door. It seems to make sense to finish the day here, especially as the tide will be too high for Kimmeridge at sunset.
We will shoot both the cliff top views and shoreline views (the early evening light should catch the end of the arch at this time of year), as well as neighbouring Man o’ War Bay. We will finish the day on the cliff top, shooting towards the sunset. At this time of year, the sun will set over the land, but not so far round that a good shot is not possible.
22.00: Workshop ends.
See page 90.
We were approached by security at the camp site about having two cars outside the caravan. After a quick chat they said OK. We carried all the gear out of the site and down to the cliffs above Durdle Door. We paused briefly to take images of Man o’ War Bay.
We set up along the cliff top looking back at Durdle Door. Around the base of the arch swimmers were jumping off into the bay.
Looking away from Durdle Door we could see Bat’s Head. (Now on our list for walking to the top of next visit to Dorset)
As we watched the sun moved and no longer illuminated the arch.
We then moved to a new position just above the steps down to the arch.
Contrails before we left over Bat’s Head.
This is the view back up from the cliffs to the site.
The walk back up the pathh seemed to take a long time and after Mark had left we crashed, exhausted after our day!