Having holidayed in the mountains this year, I have been feeling in need of a coast ‘fix’. So, on Thursday, Jen and I made an evening dash south. We chose Dungeness, honeypot location for landscape photographers. Having lived in the south of England for most of my life, I am not sure how I managed never to go to Dungeness before!
The forecast predicted changeable weather and dramatic skies so we had high expectations. We should have known better. There was a small amount of texture in the sky on our arrival and the promise of some lightning, but in the end the rain washed in and the sky smoothed over.
I took all the usual shots anyway. The scene below is particularly oft-captured, as I know only too well from my evenings judging at camera clubs. But, hey, I’d never been there before! Had to take The Shot. Would have been rude not to.
When the sky gets boring, the long lens comes out for some detail work. Dungeness certainly offers lots of potential there. It’s not my usual style but I enjoyed capturing some images of the netting against the hut.
I am thinking these two might make a nice diptych.
I liked the texture of the partially burnt hut wall.
I can finally see what everyone else has known for ages: Dungeness is cool – weird, but definitely cool. I will be back.
Beautiful images. I particularly like the netting against that wood that has a blue cast. Really lovely.
Thank you. As most of my shots were taken during twilight, there was a strong blue cast but I decided to keep it. I am glad you like it.
Blue at twilight is always appropriate 🙂
That is a really beautiful photoset. I love the blue tint, glad you deciede to keep it 🙂
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A beautiful collection. I love the atmosphere you’ve created in these pics.
Thank you, Jane. Glad you like them. So sorry for the delay in replying!
Beautiful images Rachael.
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Wow. Such a great spot…love the house and boat image. And the texture with the burnt wood too. Glad to see you’ve gotten your fix!
Thanks, Shannon. It is a curious place. You would enjoy the wildlife. 🙂