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By shaun
Went to Dungeness last weekend. It's the most bizarre place I've come across in the south of England. This is one of the (now deserted) fisherman's winding huts used to pull their boats up onto the shingle beach. The place is very desolate now. Whilst some still fish from here, there are abandoned boats and tackle littered everywhere. Good for us photographers though!

[17mm, f/16, 1/30s, ISO100, RAW]

Tags: Dungeness Architecture Black and white Landscape and travel

Voters: redstag, rocky41, Buffalo_Tom and 9 more

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Buffalo_Tom 11 2.3k 9 Wales
20 Oct 2006 9:36PM
Super mono image.Excellent viewpoint.
We had a slide show of Dungeness last week at our camera club and the shots to say the least where a bit different.Boats/Huts and ramshackled stuff all over the place.
Like you said great for us snappers.#

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shaun 14 368 England
20 Oct 2006 10:06PM
Thanks Tom. It really is quite a unique and beautiful place - as you've seen. I'm actually thinking of setting up an ePz meeting there in the spring next year...
redstag 12 100 15 United Kingdom
20 Oct 2006 10:27PM
Great BW well taken.
Brilane 11 5 12 Wales
20 Oct 2006 10:50PM
Lifelike shot. I have been there quite a lot, in the Army, and I sure can confirm the remark about the dereliction.
Sezz 13 617 15 England
20 Oct 2006 11:20PM
I like your shot, the toning gives an effect of bleakness which I think you might of been trying to portray. I agree Dungeness is certainly unique, quite strange to begin with, but it's soon evident that it can be a great location for a shoot! - I'd be interested in an epz meet.

Sez Smile
tags66 12 8 United Kingdom
21 Oct 2006 10:51AM
Lives up to it's name.
Well captured image

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