Kent Photography

Once known as the Garden of England, Kent is well known for its hop farms, chalk grasslands and the South Downs as well as the world famous White Cliffs at Dover. With picturesque villages, historic houses and castles dotted throughout the county, there is always something to see. You can walk the banks of the River Stour, the lakes at Sturry, see the bluebells at Kings Wood, follow the historic Royal Military Canal to name but a few.

Blencathra

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I started this climb up Blencathra from the A66 near Scales. The path was easy to follow and a fairly easy ascent quickly took me away from the noise of the busy road and gave some stunning

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Kings Cross Subway

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The new subway tunnel linking King’s Cross St Pancras Underground station with One Pancras Square.

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Lingmoor Fell

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Lingmoor Fell is in the Southern Fells of the Lake District. It is one of the smaller fells at 1539 feet high but none the less has some wonderful views and is a very pleasant walk.

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Thames Sea Forts

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During 2014 we were asked by the Red Sands Project to help with the restoration of the Red Sands Sea Forts in the Thames Estuary. This also gave us an excellent opportunity to take photographs of this magnificent structure.

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