Durdle Door is a World Heritage site on the south coast of the UK. Famed for the natural stone arch, Durdle Door is a Mecca for landscape photographers who visit to photograph the arch, the beautiful shingle beach and the tall cliffs. The location does, however, have its challenges that our readers endeavoured to overcome. The Door, even on a cold winter day, is never quiet and photographers have to work around a steady flow of tourists and their selfie-sticks. What’s more, because of the southerly position, there is often a high contrast between light and shade, which means exposures have to be well controlled to avoid over/underexposures. Lastly, on our challenge day, the readers were greeted by waves of mist – a rare occurrence at this location.