Photography by Filip Gierlinski

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Travel photography is an expression of the world, a captured moment and an eye into its peoples and cultures.

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The Arch of Durdle Door, Dorset Coast

After a short visit to the Dorset Coast I have uploaded a few new Landscape and Feature photographs.  This stunning location is called Durdle Door, along what is known as the Jurassic Coast, a natural arch carved away in the soft Limestone by years of waves and weather erosion. One day the arch will collapse, leaving a single stack out at sea. All along the coast there are small coves and beaches to discover and enjoy... when/if the summer ever properly arrives.

Some people braved the cold sea and used the arch for a bit of cliff jumping..

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