This rather peculiar looking photograph was captured whilst having a day out and Dungeness by the Sea, which according to ll the camera magazines, is an ideal venue for capturing a whole range of photographs. Dungeness consisted of vast cobbled beaches, which were once part of the military ranges at the neighbouring towns of Hythe and Lydd. Once we arrive my support worker looked at me, in turn asking if this was the location I was so keen on visiting. It was bitterly cold, dark and miserable, however as we stumbled through the pebbles we came across a small commune of artists which live and work in this most desolate of places.
We popped into a few of the studios and paid many a comment on the work,. As we were leaving I spotted this small area "probably the size of a grave" and stuck in the pebble shorn beech was an assortment of brushes and stirring sticks that had simply been used and abandoned, it itself forming a rather colourful but very eerie piece of work. I grabbed by gab, gritted my teeth, and flopped onto the wet and slimy pebble in order to get a shot. This was probably the most colour that we had managed to capture all day.
|Camera:||Canon EOS 550D |
|Lens:||EF-S18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS |
|Recording media:||JPEG (digital)|
|Date Taken:||24 Jan 2012 - 1:28 PM|
|Exposure Mode:||Aperture-priority AE|
|Flash:||Off, Did not fire|