These are a selection of images taken over 3 trips, across a period of approximately 3 months. All situated in the beautiful, yet obscure landscape of Dungeness, Kent. Classified as the UK’s only desert, Dungeness’ shingle wasteland gives the impression of a time capsule from a fishing industry long forgotten. In the shadow of a close-by nuclear power-station, there are buildings and objects sprayed across this vast area – which spans across 12sq miles. I have chosen to use a wide 3:1 crop to try and emphasize the juxtaposition of the peaceful, yet bleak wilderness and these man-made structures situated within

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