The main reason why St.Alhelm's Head is one of my favourite places is the cliff edge.
The land just stops and all of a sudden there is nothing but sky.
Unlike most of the cliffs along the Purbeck coast this one does not have the sea directly below it but there is a semicircle of land covered in rocks.
From te cliff edge you can look down on the sea birds and the deer far below.
Monday, 7 May 2012
at May 07, 2012
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