Kerrie Ann Gardner | Flower’s Barrow
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Flower's Barrow Dorset

Flower’s Barrow

Over 2500 years ago, Flower’s Barrow, an Iron Age hill fort, was built on top of the cliffs overlooking Worbarrow Bay. It’s a stunning spot, with far reaching views towards Portland and out over the sea.

This image was taken at the end of a warm July day. Flying ants were taking off in plumes behind me and the sunlight beautifully highlighted the cliffs leading down to Mupe Bay. It was so tranquil up there that I completely lost track of time.

Little did I know that an M.O.D exercise was about to take place. All of a sudden, I was being escorted off the land by two rangers who were very concerned about my being there.

Needless to say, I don’t think I’ll be able to get a similar shot any time soon!

Date

July 25, 2014

Category

Dorset