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Being There, Part Five: Dancing Ledge


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Mid-December: a prime time to be photographing the Jurassic Coast. As the short days around the winter solstice approach the sun is rising in the south-east and setting in the south-west, which means that this south-facing coast is bathed in low, appealing sidelight right through the day from dawn to dusk. Well, occasionally – that’s when the leaden grey skies of winter are not obscuring the low sun, of course, an all-too-familiar occurrence. Nevertheless, while the rest of the country is queuing to get into supermarket car parks, this is the time of year to be behind the lens on the Jurassic Coast.

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