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Durdle Door
England

I took this photograph here as it was very crowded and also they were filming something or other and I could not get the right position, but it still turned out quite well. I positioned the camera tripod at the top of the first set of steps which have now collapsed, you can see this if you look down at the bottom.

Copyright: Sophie Morse
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Uploaded: 13/10/2013
Updated: 11/08/2014
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Tags: sea; coast; sky; rock; sand; beach; step; sun; strata
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