A cottage close to Throop Mill on the River Stour, Bournemouth.
The cottage at White Mill on the River Stour. White Mill is an 18th Century corn mill that is now managed by the National Trust
The River Stour close to Wimborne just after sunrise, a little mist still clinging to the fields and the river's edge
A light mist lays over the water meadows next to the River Stour as the sun rises colouring the sky over the twin towers of the Minster at Wimborne, Dorset
A part of the B3082, Wimborne to Blandford road, as it passes beneath a canopy of old beech trees close to the Iron Age fort, Badbury Rings. Sadly the hurricane of 1987 did significant damage to the avenue.
A light mist still lingers on the moor close to Corfe Castle with a lone tree in the foreground
Close to Sturminster Newton in Dorset on the River Stour is the ruin of the old Cutt Mill. Popular all year round with walkers and especially in the summer months for 'wild' swimming
A footpath across a cereal field crossed by a tractors tracks leaving a pattern of converging lines as they separate from each other.
The millpond at Cutt Mill on the River Stour near Sturminster Newton and it doesn't come much calmer than this.
Colourful steps leading up to a terrace of beach huts on the seafront at Swanage. The chromed hand rails reflecting some of the colours and acting as leading lines to the hut at the top
A view into Corfe Castle from West Hill. Built in the 11th century at the behest of William the Conqueror it sits in a gap in the Purbeck Hills. It was one of the first built partly in stone and was reduced at the end of the 17th century English Civil War
The River Stour at Muscliffe with a swan searching for a snack. Wintering trees and clouds reflected on the river.
The River Stour from Preetz Bridge, Blandford, Dorset. The remains of a bridge that used to span the river carrying the railway line that used to serve the town butts against the riverbank.
The cliff and rocks below at the north eastern end of the bay at Winspit. Winspit was a working quarry until around 1940. It is close to the village of Worth Matravers in Dorset. The South West Coast Path runs along the clifftop.
Winspit was a working quarry until around 1940. It is close to the village of Worth Matravers in Dorset. The caves are a result of the workings and have featured in several TV shows including Dr Who and Blakes 7. The site is popular with climbers too. The South West Coast Path runs along the top of the rockface.