Swanage and the Purbecks are famous for quarries. Purbeck Stone is exported far and wide, but it never looks quite so spectacular as in its natural surroundings.
This beautifully crafted wall is a proud example dry stone walling. The photo was taken between Worth Matravers and Langton Matravers, along the coastal path. Both those villages have a rich heritage of quarrying.
If you look at the photo carefully you might spot two deer.
The beauty of walking alone is that it allows me to come across these scenes without disturbing or scaring.
Both deer stood and watched me for some time. Even after I walked away, I could see them moving slightly to get a better view. Beautiful!