Discovering Deepest Dorset

This week I headed out on the third of six tours I’ve been commissioned to document by Bournemouth based Discover Dorset, this time on their Deepest Dorset offering. It was a thoroughly enriching experience engaging in a feature packed day where we visited a wide range of places that in my twenty three years thus far in the county I’d not yet seen myself! Tour guide Richard proved to be a highly erudite and informative host as a group from afar afield as Siberia, Peru and Kent explored Milton Abbas, Thomas Hardy’s cottage, the Tolpuddle Martyrs’ Museum and Moreton, the final resting place of Lawrence of Arabia and home to St. Nicholas’ Church which houses a striking series of engraved glass windows created by artist Laurence Whistler.

Each time I edit the latest series of images from these tours my three and a half year old daughter insists she wants to go on the stripy bus! :~) She asks if she’ll be able to see zebras from it. Regardless of the lack of zebras in Dorset the moment she’s old enough to … schedule her comfort breaks, so to speak, I’ll certainly be taking her out on these tours myself.

Discovering deepest Dorset with Discover Dorset photographed by Bournemouth photographer Phillip Allen

A fuller set of images should be available on Discover Dorset’s Web site in due course to join their existing Jurassic Coast Virtual Tour.

Contact Bournemouth wedding photographer Phillip Allen : phill@misterphill.com : 07870 696248

Toni - love this. such beautiful scenerey.

Phillip Allen - Thanks Toni :~)

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