6 Replies to “Light on Water at Studland 1”

  1. I went to that bay a few years ago. Those trees at the far end and the rocks are wonderful. The rocks have been vandalised by graffiti but such is my enthusiasm for shapes and textures I have to admit I rather liked it. I do realise this is very wrong.

    I got some very good photos of lumpy vivid brown/gold stones. there also.

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  2. Studland is a very popular spot and rarely without visitors. Right now and in the height of most summers it is jam-packed with people. I like to visit out of season when it is cooler and without so many tourists.

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