Lulworth Cove Sunset: Lulworth Cove is a small horseshoe shaped cove near the picturesque village of West Lulworth. Lulworth Cove is also part of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site in Dorset and is regarded as one of the finest locations along the coast. Receiving around half a million visitors a year, Lulworth Cove is near the Durdle Door, making the summer months there, incredibly busy. Lulworth Cove’s unique shape is the result of wave diffraction, as the waves enter the narrow entrance of Lulworth Cove, they bend in an arced shape, this can be seen in the photograph. This photograph is the first of a series of shots I took on a week-long jaunt along the Jurassic Coast, I spent a few days in and around the Lulworth area, shooting a few different locations. Hopefully, I managed to capture the beauty of this special stretch of coast. This photograph was taken using an Olympus EM-5.