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View from Whiteway Car Park
England

This view is looking along the Purbeck ridge, is taken from Whiteway car park although there is not a lot going on in the foreground it does show a good view of nearly half of the Dorset county up to the Bulborrow hill and across Poole Bay to The Isle of White.

Copyright: Sophie morse
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Caricate: 12/06/2011
Aggiornato: 11/08/2014
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Tags: dorset; purbeck; poole; ridge; carpark; view; sky; sun
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