Charmouth lies on Dorset's 'Jurassic Coast' between Lyme Regis and Bridport. Its coastline features dramatic cliffs and the famous Golden Cap - the highest point on the south coast of Great Britain at 626 ft (191 m).

Although only a few miles from Lyme Regis, Charmouth is usually more accessible, less crowded in the summer months and a wonderful place to walk and explore. Of particular note is Stonebarrow Hill - a National Trust area of outstanding beauty and panoramic views that is a haven from the busy seafront.

This series of photographs is a mixture of Charmouth’s many interesting features and a myriad of one-off moments that have caught my eye through the seasons.
Sunset from Charmouth seafront 18_10_16-7 panSunset from Charmouth seafront 18_10_16-5 panSunset from Charmouth seafront 18_10_16-1 panEarly morning light on Charmouth beach 14_07_16 panSwan on the River Char, Charmouth 28_04_16-3 sqSwan on the River Char, Charmouth 28_04_16-2 sqEarly morning sunlight on the shoreline of Charmouth beach 14_04_16-2 panEarly morning sun with Golden Cap from Charmouth beach 14_04_16 panCloudscape & sun rays from Charmouth seafront 20_01_16 panCliffs beyond the recent cliff fall on Charmouth beach 29_12_15-2 b&wCliffs & Golden Cap beyond the recent cliff fall on Charmouth beach 29_12_15-1 b&wCliffs above the recent cliff fall on Charmouth beach 29_12_15-3Cliffs above the recent cliff fall on Charmouth beach 29_12_15-1Fossil hunter on the shoreline of Charmouth beach 29_12_15Golden Cap and breaking waves from the beach 29_12_15-5Stormclouds and rolling waves from Charmouth beach 29_12_15-2Golden Cap and breaking waves from the beach 29_12_15-1 b&wSunlight on Evan's Cliff with Golden Cap beyond 21_10_15-2 (edit)Sunlight on Evan's Cliff with Golden Cap beyond 21_10_15-1 (edit)Stormy sky over the sea from Charmouth beach 19_10_15-1