Here are a few shots of an emperor dragonfly in flight taken recently at North Cadbury near Sherborne, Dorset.
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Sherborne Abbey, known to many as the Cathedral of Dorset, was founded in AD 705. It was formerly a Saxon cathedral and then became a Benedictine abbey. The abbey dominates Sheborne town and although may not be as well known … Continue reading →
Travelling through the vast Dorsetshire MOD firing ranges you come across the ghostly village of Tyneham. During the preparations for D-Day the unfortunate 225 residents were asked to leave their village as the military required more land to train the … Continue reading →
Having wanted to visit the Jurassic coast for a number of years, we finally had the opportunity, albeit only a brief overnight visit. Staying in a hotel in the very quaint Lulworth Cove, we managed to squeeze in the stunning … Continue reading →
I briefly visited St Nicholas church during a short stay on the Jurassic coast. Situated in the charming little village of Moreton, the church was bombed by the Germans in 1940 causing substantial damage, in particular to the stained glass. … Continue reading →