Earth: Weekly Photo Challenge

 

Those of you who watched the last ever episode of the Broadchurch series this week, will remember the golden earthy cliffs that formed the backdrop at West Bay. 

Here in Dorset, and a bit further east up the coast, the earth isn’t always so golden…

Old Harry Rocks, just off the coast, brilliantly white on a sunny afternoon

and then there’s the glowing pink of the cliffs of Penon d’Ifach on the spanish coast.

To see other ‘earthy’ pictures, click on Weekly Photo Challenge

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About Sandra

I cruise the French waterways with my husband four or five months a year, and write fiction and poetry. I love animals, F1 motor racing, French bread and my husband, though not necessarily in that order.
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7 Responses to Earth: Weekly Photo Challenge

  1. Beautiful no matter the color (or whatever the color.) 🙂

    janet

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  2. Sue says:

    Marvellous selection!

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  3. Rodo D. says:

    I m fanatic of Broadchurch tv series and every time I see this cliff I so wanted to have the chance to visit some day….amazing photos by the way!

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  4. bythebriny says:

    I’ll miss Broadchurch, loved the characters. Wonderful light in these photos.

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  5. nivs24 says:

    Oh, the scenes in that show were always so dreamy. I always joked that this show has picked a nice place for murder. Nice clicks.

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  6. yuhublogger says:

    Oh Wow!! Those brilliant colors! Fantastic.

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