The cropping is to accentuate the graphic dimension in this minimalist image. I like the harmonious contrast between the pinks of the stones and the green of the door.
High and dry alongside Prospect Cottage, former home of the film maker Derek Jarman. I was drawn to the echoing curves of the boat’s planking and the aerial power cables that abound on the Ness. I was careful to include the distant and distinctive buildings in the distance.
The disturbance in the sea is the cooling water outlet for the nuclear power station. The warm water creates increased activity as seabirds feed on the concentration of life it brings.
Wandering the backstreets so often presents opportunities…
Located at the southeastern tip of the English coast is Dungeness. One of the largest shingle spits in the world, it is home to two nuclear power plants, a pair of lighthouses, a miniature steam passenger railway line, a coastal fishing fleet and a unique landscape. Here we found a great place for a shortContinue reading “Dungeness, Kent, UK”