Dungeness, Kent, UK

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 short break as summer gave way to autumn, and I was delighted with excellent weather that let me get some great shots.


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Published by one85

Citizen of the fine city of Norwich. Interested in photography, literature, Norwich, Norfolk and Italy.

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