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Gentle walk to see the waves
A very pleasant walk along the cliff tops yesterday. I found a Meadow pipit, Skylark and Corn bunting each two posts apart along the fence. I got nearer to the MP than the other two.
Sorry I've been AWOL for so long, I know the bad pandas went away last week.
Amazing clouds over the English Channel from on the cliffs at Kingsdown nr Deal.
Very stormy day. This may well be the last "long exposure groyne shot in SE Kent" that I do for a while. I feel like this kind of thing's going a bit stale for me now. I need to go to Dorset. Or Devon. Or the Maldives....
Explored 01-09-2013. Highest position #259.
I've just got back from holiday. Sorry there was know Internet there. Thanks for all the comments while I was off. I will try my best to catch up with everyone.
Sunset, West Kingsdown, Kent, April 1st 2012. It seems counter-intuitive to take the colour out of a sunset image, but somehow I saw these tones in my mind and thought I'd try it - I like it. A square crop placed 23rd with 31 points in the Amateur Photographer magazine Amateur Photographer of the Year "Dawn and Dusk" round in July 2012. The square cropped photo was used half-page in Amateur Photographer dated 5 July 2014 as the lead picture for the "Landscapes at Dawn and Dusk" round of APOY 2014.
@Mid night service at Kingsdown Methodist Church
I saved this picture to last, as I thought it would make a great end to my Kent set. Like the sun setting at the end of the holiday. The only problem is I've just realised it is actually a sunrise LOL. I hope you've enjoyed these pics as much as I enjoyed taking them. Thanks again for all your views, comments and favourites.
Since the sun was out I popped back to the rifle range and the black redstart showed up for a few minutes. My only complaint being it faced me the whole time it was in range.
Just what it has survived on during the cold spell (we had 45+mph winds for a lot of the time) heaven only knows.
Using the 'pre-focus on a bit of cliff and hold your finger on the shutter when a fulmar comes near' technique.
Limited success but the only way I can get a half decent flight shot.
(The white cliffs and bright sun are about the only time I can get the maximum shutter speed of 1/2000 second - which will only operate at ISO 100 oddly?)
This is a restored windmill in North Kent, UK. The mill was originally built C 1805 at the other end of the village of West Kingsdown and was moved in 1879 to its present location adjacent to the A20. Following various changes of ownership the mill fell into disrepair. In 1957 the mill was taken over by KCC and was restored in 1960.
Best viewed large.
Source: Scan of original postcard.
Postmark: October 5th 1906.
Photographer/Publisher: William Hooper, Swindon.
Hooper Collection copyright P.A. Williams.
Repository: Local Studies, Swindon Central Library (R.S. Radway Collection).
Kingsdown. A migrant moth that is possibly rarer than the Long Tailed Blues! A nice bonus as we were leaving the cliffs.
Another from Monday's trip to Kingsdown