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By blackforce  
Was going through my archives again this weekend and found this image that I had never got round to uploading.

I still remember taking this pic. The waves were crashing in really hard. They were so hard that at one point I thought my tripod and camera was going to get pulled into the sea.

If you have never been to Durdle Door you will be amazed by the power of the sea. Its quite a noisy location with the waves shifting the small pebbles up and down the beach.

Thanks for looking.

Tags: Landscape General Seascape Dorset Sea Wave Long exposure Durdle door Jurrasic Landscape and travel

Voters: SarahKate, moiral, MARKDYSON and 15 more

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7 Nov 2010 8:40PM
very atmospheric, great shot. Sarah

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moiral 6 12 Scotland
7 Nov 2010 8:43PM
A beautiful shot, like everything about it. Moira
7 Nov 2010 9:09PM
Nice take on Durdle Door. Great image.
Paintman Plus
10 1.2k 177 United Kingdom
7 Nov 2010 9:13PM
Excellent colour and a great sky. Superb work.

G_Hughes 9 19
7 Nov 2010 9:18PM
Very nice indeed.
Lou_Pink 7 4 6 Northern Ireland
7 Nov 2010 10:29PM
This is one of my favourite places, and this is simply amazing Grin


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