Betsy is back from uni for Easter (yay!) and one of her requests was to visit her favourite place while she was home. She loves Durdle Door (and who wouldn’t frankly) and as we woke up to glorious blue skies yesterday we decided to nick off for a day trip while everyone else was at work/school – which always makes me feel a bit guilty, but oh well!
It really is the most stunning place and I do feel lucky to live in such a beautiful part of the country! You know what is annoying though? When you spend the day in a beautiful place taking what you imagine will be gorgeous photographs, then get home to discover there must be some dust on your camera sensor, and the vast majority of your photos have a strange triangle of dark dots on them – aaarrrggh!! Still, a few escaped due to aperture or something (I say aperture like I understand photography, I don’t, F stops and W/B is still witchcraft to me!), but here are some that (mostly) escaped the dust dots.
The thing about Durdle Door is that it is utterly beautiful, but it does involve a lot of walking and stair climbing, so we felt we had earnt our lunch. We popped down to Lulworth Cove and after a quick stroll down to the beach there (which is shown in the last couple of snaps above) we went to one of our favourite pubs to refuel. The Lulworth Cove Inn is a gorgeous pub with a delicious menu. We plumped for american subs with skin-on fries, which we scoffed down at window seats with a sea view. The perfect way to round off a gorgeous Spring walk, and of course both being bloggers we had to take a photo of our food too…
What a fabulous way to welcome the warmer weather,
Love Miss Cisco XXX