Dover Harbour wall and construction works make for an interesting pattern viewed through a slight sea mist.
A ferry on the English Channel
An abandoned WWII bunker on top of Abbott's Cliff, South East Kent.
A footpath leading to the cliffs between Dover and Folkestone.
Acoustic Mirror, Abbott's Cliff
An old acoustic mirror, sited at Abbott's Cliff. These acoustic mirrors were the forerunner to RADAR, used to help detect incoming aircraft.
Abbott's Cliff, Kent
The pathway leading along Abbott's Cliff with an acoustic mirror overlooking the English Channel.
The view of the English Channel from Abbott's Cliff, Kent.
The lighthouse at the end of the the Old Folkestone Pier.
A Spitfire replica at the Battle of Britain Memorial in Kent.
Another Time XVIII 2013 (Loading Bay)
Antony Gormley's Another Time XVIII 2013, situated in the loading bay of Folkestone's Harbour Arm, looks across the water to Sunny Sands.
An abandoned WWII watchtower stands on the top of Abbott's Cliff, South East Kent
A pigeon flies out over the channel with a fishing boat in the distance.
Old Harbour Wall
Folkestone's Old Harbour Wall viewed from Sunny Sands.
The sea rocks at the end of Sunny Sands, Folkestone
Fishing boats lie moored in Folkestone Harbour
Fishing nets hang over a railing in Folkestone Harbour.
Folkestone Harbour Wall
Folkestone Harbour Wall as viewed from Sunny Sands.
The wind farm in the Thames Estuary just north of Whitstable. The old sea forts are just visible on the horizon.
The imposing twin towers of the medieval church at Reculver dominate the skyline of Herne Bay, acting as a navigation marker for ships at sea. This was the site of one of the earliest Roman forts built against Saxon raids on the 'Saxon Shore'. It later became the site of an Anglo-Saxon monastery before becoming the parish church for Reculver. The tall towers were built in a remodelling of the church in the 12th century.
Much of the site has been lost to coastal erosion, but alongside the twin towers are the ruined remains of the early Roman fort.
Folkestone's Harbour Arm
The harbour arm in Folkestone shortly after sunrise.
The abandoned fishing boat, The Jeniray, near Dungeness
A super tanker crosses the English Channel. France can just be seen on the horizon.
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