There are locations that become synonymous with photographers as places that just deliver great imagery. Dungeness beach down on the south coast in Kent is one such place. Located on a barren spit of shingle that juts out into the English channel, the weather is very often poor (although not this day) and the scattered ruins of the former fishing industry lend the place a strange end of the world feel. This is the famous boat shot with a long lens through the broken ruins of the nearby fishing hut. Once you have been here, it's only a matter of time before you come back again.
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