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Corfe Castle


Corfe Castle is an extremely popular destination for photographers, and it is easy to see why. Nestled between two hills which give commanding views over the ruin, and brimming with spectacular charm, it’s no wonder we all flock there. When a mist hangs along the base of the castle and the first rays of sun break the horizon it is surely one of the most beautiful spots in Dorset.

I went there knowing it would be busy, but as luck would have it, I managed to find a quiet spot at the bottom of West Hill with a line of autumnal trees in front of me. It was there I waited for the sun to come up and paint the castle rose and gold.


November 2, 2016