Part of the upper reaches of Poole Harbour where Rockley and Turlin Moor are bisected by the railway line from London to Weymouth. A sunset shot of one of the many boats in the bay, this one resting on the water's edge
Close to the entrance to Poole Harbour Goathorn Point looks out on Brownsea Island with Furzey, Long and Round Islands not far away.
Shot before sunrise from the shore of the Holes Bay section of Poole Harbour the Twin Sails Bridge. The bridge was opened in April 2012 and is the first of its type in the world
Two boats moored close to Cobbs Quay in the Holes Bay area of Poole Harbour.
A pre sunrise shot from the bridge across the River Frome in Wareham, Dorset The bridge marks the highest navigable point on the Frome as it empties into Poole Harbour
The River Frome from the bridge at sunrise with the mist hanging onto the river. A few ducks making their way across
The sun goes down over Poole Harbour and a landing stage close to the harbour entrance. Poole Harbour is one of the largest natural harbours in the world and the Sandbanks area one of the most expensive area to buy property
Part of Poole Harbour at Hamworthy known as Ham Lake. The harbour is one of the largest natural harbours in the world
Part of the upper reaches of Poole Harbour this bay at Turlin Moor has what is known as Rock Lea River running through it
Shipstal Point on the Arne Peninsula in Poole Harbour captured around sunrise with the Poole Ferry Terminal visible in the distance
Close to Lake Pier between Hamworthy and Rockley in Poole Harbour, some boats resting at their moorings in the area known as the Wareham Channel