Durdle Door, England's most important natural landmark

“The Durdle Door is an impressive limestone arch standing in the sea and located on the famous Jurassic Coast of Dorset, UK. While it’s one of the UK’s most important natural landmarks, it’s also surrounded by several other unique and majestic landmarks.”

About Durdle Door

The pressure of the waves around the rocks caused the erosion of the limestone, which created a hole in the center of the cliff.  That’s also how the Durdle Door found its name!

Shutter Speed

1/5000

Aperture

f/2.8

ISO

640

Software

Lightroom

Ben Ingram

Ben Ingram is a 21-year-old photographer and videographer from the South Coast of the UK.  Next to landscapes, he is specialized in portraits and street photography.