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A desolate seaside town populated by fishing wrecks, odd houses and power stations, Dungeness’ curious landscapes have captivated many. “For me the best time to shoot Dungeness is late evening as the sun sets and gives the impression of a nuclear landscape,” says Dave Constable. (Picture by Dave Constable)


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  1. Well..you thought this one out well..in the right spot to block the sun..combining a great ground with a great sky.
    makes me wish i was there in real life. this is an unbelievable shot.

    Comment made by: Cimmerian
    20.02.09 07:01:23

  2. The first time I saw this picture my mouth dropped. From the clouds in the sunset, to the character of the boat, the light, the thousands of small blue, orange and gray rocks captured in sharp, vivid detail. This is a gorgeous picture and deserves recognition. Dave, if you're reading this, I hope you've entered this into competitions and the like. It's a gorgeous shot.


    Comment made by: mdvieira
    08.03.09 17:54:50

  3. it's an outstanding image and I'd love to have the chance to visit this place one day.

    Comment made by: Calisto
    22.09.09 12:06:13

  4. Hi, cracking shot - well done. I assume from the range of tones and colours it is HDR? I am visting Dungeness soon so I will try and capture a shot to rival yours!

    Comment made by: Veneratio
    09.09.10 21:43:32

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