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The Cobb, Lyme Regis

The Cobb - breakwater
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lyme regis
the cobb
South West
harbour wall
swan
Jurassic coast
dorset
fossils

The beautiful Cobb is a harbour breakwater, shaped a little like the neck of a swan, hence the name the Cobb.

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Lower Slaughter Mill, Cotswolds, Gloucestershire

Lower Slaughter Mill
Lower Slaughter Mill
Lower Slaughter
Ducks
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the slaughters
lower slaughter
Gloucestershire
Cotswolds
South West
waterwheel
River Eye

Lower Slaughter Mill is situated in the village of Lower Slaughter. This is a great little traditional Cotswold village near Bourton-on-The-Water.

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Trebarwith Strand

Trebarwith Strand
Sunset at Trebarwith
Cloudy Trebarwith Strand
Cloudy Trebarwith Strand
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Cornwall
sea
Long exposure
South West
coast
atlantic

Trebarwith Strand is on the North Coast of Cornwall, near Tintagel and Boscastle. It's off the main road and down a short road to a cove type setting. There is a small community and a lovely pub just over looking the beach to go in to after your shoot.

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Botallack Tin Mine

Botallack tin mine
Botallack tin mine
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botallack tin min
botallack
mine
Cornwall
South West

The Botallack Tin Mine is a great architectural/coastal photo opportunity in the south west. You can get half way down the cliff face where you can almost be looking at the mine buildings face on.

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White Lady Waterfall - Lydford Gorge

White Lady waterfall
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devon
lydford gorge
white lady
Waterfall
National Trust
landscape
South West
Devil's Cauldron

Lovely location, with a 30 metre waterfall where the River Lydd tumbles to the ground, lots of walks of varying length.

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Birnbeck Pier, Weston-super-Mare

Birnbeck Pier, Weston-super-Mare
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Birnbeck Pier
Weston-super-Mare
Derelict
dereliction
Somerset
RNLI
South West

This is Weston-super-Mare's lesser known second pier, although was the first of the two to be built. It has been closed for some years now and has been gradually falling into the sea since. A shame really because in its hey day it was quite a spectacle. 

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