EPISODE 10 // Old Harry Rocks Earlier in the year, I spent a few short days trekking and exploring the Jurassic coast. Before heading home I knew I had to pay a visit to one of Britains most Iconic Landmarks, OldHarryRocks. The evening was perfectly still and while I stood there alone taking in sea breeze teetering on the edge of the cliffs I caught a glimpse of a sailboat passing by which set the scene perfectly and witnessed what has to be one of the most treasured sunsets of my life so far. Heres what I captured that evening. Enjoy x Standing tall at the southern end of Studland Bay is one of the most famous landmarks on the South Coast – Old Harry. The chalk formations are popularly known as Old Harry Rocks, but the name actually refers to the single stack of chalk standing furthest out to sea. Until 1896 there was another stack known as Old Harry’s Wife, but erosion caused her to tumble into the sea, leaving just a stump. Thousands of years ago, Old Harry and The Needles on the Isle of Wight were linked by a line of chalk hills that eroded away during the last ice age.