Ever been to Dungeness? It’s in Kent. If you haven’t been and you are ever in the area, then go! How good is it there? The boyband A1 filmed a music video there, that’s how good it is!
The Prodigy made one there too by the way, just er FYI.
The headland and shingle beach are also home to some pretty impressive wildlife in the form of birds and over 600 plants. I can name about 4 of them as nature isn’t really my strong point but I’m very aware that Kent is home to some fantastic wildlife photographers like Ian Hufton.
I wasn’t in the area to cover nature though. I was there to see the boats, the fishermen, the cool houses and huts, the lighthouse, the nuclear power station and to simply be near the coast again. I’d been meaning to visit for a while but never made the effort. I had a lot of free time over the Christmas period so planned a day when I hoped that not many people would be out and about. It had been so long since I had spent time working on landscapes so I was looking forward to this.
The M25 was pretty decent for a change and I was at the car park by 11am. Plenty of time to wander around, get cold, snap what ever I see and get home again before the sun goes down!
As usual, this is meant to be a photography blog so as usual I would like the photos below to do the talking. I’ve started off mean and moody but ended with a bit of colour. These are just a small selection of my favourites starting with the abandoned hut next to the old railway tracks, a fisherman’s hut, the boardwalk that helps to protect the local wildlife on the shingle beach, a very cool Airstream caravan, a shy machine, Prospect Cottage, and the boat that also features at the top of this blog post.