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Created 5-Feb-13
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Documentary photography of the dungeness headland in Kent.
Dungeness is a headland on the southern coast of Kent; it is home to a small population living in dwellings that range from quite ramshackled huts to some quite stylish buildings.
There are two nuclear power stations, which are at least part decommissioned, two lighthouses, one of which is decommissioned and two pubs, both working.
And there is an awful lot of old fishing boats and fishing gear, much of which is defunct, and has an air of "splendid decaying grandeur." Well, sort of.
I like to shoot black and white film there, but I've used colour film too, and even the odd digital shot.

Categories & Keywords
Category:Travel and Places
Subcategory Detail:United Kingdom
Keywords:Documentary photography, Dungeness, Kent, Kent – England, Landscape photography, Peter Meade, change over time, environmental issues, fishing industry, pjmeade, recording change, social issues, travel destinations