Film Life Photography


There’s not a lens wide enough or a filter freaky enough to do justice to the landscape that is Dungeness.


shells and lighthouse

It’s home to a nuclear power station, a small gauge railway, a lighthouse or two, loads of shipwecks, a scattering of little cabins and paths and gateways that lead nowhere. In short a photographers dream! Which is why I had to visit again (here’s photos from the last time), (and here).

nice caravan 1
nasty caravan
weeds and house
gate to nowhere
nice caravan 2


Photos taken with Pentax K1000 using (2 years expired) FujiPro 160S film

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    2 October 2013 at 08:54

    You make me want to go! I have a plan to spend a week on the UK coast, going back to Hastings where I was born, Brighton where I went to uni, West Wittering where my granny lived all her life… and now Dungeness to do a photo walk with you!

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      3 October 2013 at 23:43

      That sounds like an awesome plan!

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    2 October 2013 at 11:05

    Love them all, but the third from last is superb!

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      3 October 2013 at 23:44

      Thanks so much :) That photo really does sum up the whole place!

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    14 October 2013 at 09:34

    Oh boy, I love abandoned boat photos, so the first and last photo are making my heart sing :)

    I would never have guessed this was expired film, I love the colour tones.

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      18 October 2013 at 20:43

      Thank you :) You’d love it there!

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