Durdle door strikes again

Words/Photographs: Tony Eveling

I put these two up in the same post as they sort of go together. They are two ends of the same bay. You will see the full picture in the photo posted previously. You can see the larger versions of each image by clicking on them (As you can with all my images on this blog and elsewhere, including the homepage…everything is clickable). I like the one on the right, but the light is just so dull and there wasn’t much I could do with it, so I put the two up to make things a bit more interesting.

The left image has two people looking out at Durdle Door itself, which I quite liked, but again…very dull light.

  • These are gorgeous! And I actually like the lighting…it adds mystery and intrigue. 🙂

  • I love the light – I think it lends a lovely subtlety to the hues and tones in the image. Of the two, I prefer the right hand image.

  • Each of these are just as beautiful as two separate images! I love how the two people in the Durdle Door composition really help establish the grand scale of the shot!

  • BEAUTIFUL PHOTO!

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  • Certainly a well shot subject, I seem to remember that there has been some land slippage in this area recently.

  • Well seen je.2 take photographs of the previous picture.
    The big picture is a wonderful composition and a beautiful landscape

  • Breathtaking! Both of them! Wonderful vantage points to capture such magnificent sights!

  • Wonderful landscape and rock shapes! Excellent pictures and point of view!

  • Despite the dullish weather I do like the thought that has gone into making these pictures Tony, particularly your desire to use longer exposures for them.
    Thanks also for taking the time to look at and comment on my pictures too.

  • These are amazing, Tony.
    I most definitely see a dinosaur in the first one.
    Beautifully captured!

  • They are great images and wonderful to share the strange rock formations, that most of us will only ever see in photos.

  • i think the two work very well together. i don’t see why you complain about the “dull light”, though. i think it adds to the mood of the day !

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