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Man-o-War Cove

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Man of War Bay encloses Man O'War Cove on the Dorset coast in southern England, called sometimes Jurrasic Coast. Beach lies between the headlands of Durdle Door to the west and Man-O-War Head to the east.

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A: Durdle Door

di Sophie Morse, 80 metri di distanza

I took this photograph here as it was very crowded and also they were filming something or other and ...

Durdle Door

B: Durdle Door Sunrise - Dorset

di Aaron Radford, 90 metri di distanza

Another day another place on our Travels! Durdle Door, a natural limestone arch on the Jurassic Coast...

Durdle Door Sunrise - Dorset

C: Dorset. Lulworth. Durdle Door Sunset

di Victor Orlovsky, 120 metri di distanza

Dorset. Lulworth. Durdle Door Sunset

D: Durdle Door

di Marek Koszorek, 120 metri di distanza

Windy dusk at Dorset Jusrasic Coast, there was not much light but I did managed make this one...

Durdle Door

E: Durdle Door

di Marek Koszorek, 130 metri di distanza

Durdle Door

F: Dungy Head to Bat's Head

di Sophie Morse, 160 metri di distanza

This photograph shows the coast from Dungy Head to Bat's Head with portland island in the distance. I...

Dungy Head to Bat's Head

G: Lulworth Cove

di Marek Koszorek, 1.6 km di distanza

Lulworth Cove

H: Lulworth Cove

di Marek Koszorek, 1.6 km di distanza

Lulworth Cove

I: Lulworth Cove Village

di Geoff Mather, 1.7 km di distanza

A small stream flows down thru the Lulworth Cove village and opens out into this small pond before fl...

Lulworth Cove Village

J: Lulworth Cove

di Marek Koszorek, 1.8 km di distanza

Lulworth Cove

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