Worbarrow Bay


Canon 5D Mark II, 16-35mm at 30mm, ISO 100, 0.3 sec at f22

Taken – 10th of the 10th 2010

After another dreary start to the day the cloud finally lifted and the sun began to shine this afternoon. At weekends I always try and make the most of locations along the Dorset coast that are on land belonging to the Ministry of Defence as they are only accessible at the weekend and during holidays. So tonight I headed down to Worbarrow Bay, hoping my calculations for the position of the sun were correct so that I could capture it setting right at the end of the coastline and over Mupe Rocks in the distance.

Just as I was starting the walk back from Worbarrow to Tyneham Village a big sail boat drifted into the bay, I’ve been down to this spot a number of times and haven’t seen this before, I managed to get a couple of frames off before it drifted out of frame.

Canon 5D Mark II, 70-200mm at 200mm, ISO 400, 0.5sec at f5.6

Taken – 10th of the 10th 2010

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~ by David Baker on 10 October, 2010.

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