We finally got an afternoon together this weekend so decided to embrace the sunshine and headed off the Durdle door in Dorset. Durdle door is part of the Jurrasic coast, a world heritage site, and the main attraction is an arched rock formation- you might recognise it from Nanny McPhee, Wilde or Far from the Madding Crowd. The arch was formed when softer rocks were eroded away from the hard limestone allowing the sea to force it's way through, neat huh?! ( I loved geography and geology at school!). There's loads of other amazing rock formations through out Dorset such as the famous Old Harry rocks, Stair hole and Bat's head but for today we just stuck to an exhausting walk along the cliff tops. It was so lovely being able to spend a day out in the sunshine together with pup and playing with our new camera.
Have you ever been to durdle door?
What did you do in the sunshine this weekend?