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Winter in Dungeness

By VivienO
Final image taken at Dungeness the other Sunday. Hard to believe how much difference a couple of weeks can make to the temperature. Will have to go back soon to see if it still looks as enigmatic in spring as it did in the snow.

Tags: Landscape and travel Dungeness snow seascape boats

Voters: JPatrickM, Jocelia, gwynn56 and 12 more

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JPatrickM 9 2 United Kingdom
25 Feb 2012 11:57PM
It looks really desolate in the snow. Well portrayed.

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mrswoolybill Plus
9 985 1499 United Kingdom
26 Feb 2012 9:13AM
I know that line-up so well but snow adds another dimension of strangeness.
woolybill1 Plus
10 22 68 United Kingdom
26 Feb 2012 9:33AM
Another acute insight into the surreal location known as Dungeness. The bright yellow, orange and blue come as a shock as one scans from left to right.
gingerdelight 10 298 11 United Kingdom
26 Feb 2012 2:12PM
A wonderfully captured scene!
mrswoolybill Plus
9 985 1499 United Kingdom
26 Feb 2012 2:43PM
Today's Observer Magazine includes an article on the threat posed by the proposed extension of Lydd Airport to the ecology of Dungeness, see here . Sobering reading.
morpheus1955 9 3 2 United Kingdom
27 Feb 2012 9:10PM
Super image, I remember Dungeness well from the last time I was there, many years ago, I really must pay a return trip sometime soon Smile

27 Feb 2012 9:17PM
Another great shot Vivien.will have to wait for your spring picture and see the change it does look bleak at this time of year,well done..Lin
Tibetan 4 3 England
7 Aug 2012 5:21PM
Things to come me thinks lol. being August!, I like Dungeness because of it's starkness you can isolate the things you wish to shoot! which helps to show them off in their own right, How many times do you see for example a lovely old house in a quaint Village, double yellow lines or a line of parked cars, signs totally out of keeping, so it's a yes from me, regards Leon.GrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin

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