A storm rolls in over the Durdle Door and along the cliffs of the Jurassic Coast
The aptly named Jurassic Coast stretches along the English Channel coast in the south of Britain. The 150 km long, UNESCO listed coastline represents over 185 million years of geological history and features some fantastic landforms. The most recognisable of these is the Durdle Door, a natural limestone arch formed after millions of years of erosion. The arch sits at the head of a crescent shaped, cliff-helmed shingle beach, making it an especially popular backdrop for movies, music videos, and even literature.