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Location: Reculver, Kent, EnglandDate: 22 March 2013
reculver park, towers, fort, ruins, ruin, herne bay, kent, england, english, stuart chapman photography, cobbled stones, blue sky, clouds, light
Born in Canterbury, Kent, in 1971, I have always been surrounded by beautiful countryside and varied and diverse coastline. Photography has become an outlet for expressing my love for the region.
Nice strong capt\ure
Thanks very much indeed
– Stuart Chapman
This is really a nice shot,always loved it there when ever I went nice capture Stuart..
Cheers Richard, I never tire of the place, very mystical and magical
That’s an imposing subject, Stuart! Can you get up under it?
Cheers Mel. That big mound is all part of the cliff that the ancient church once stood on. You can walk amongst the ruins at anytime and I think you’ve seen it looking east and west
Nice different angle Stuart. I keep meaning to go back there. I enjoyed the evening there with you and Bob.
Cheers Geoff, you can only really get down there when the tide is retreating. It was a highly enjoyable evening and I can never keep away from the place.
Ok, thanks Stu!
Awesome capture, Stuart,,,great light!
Fantastic textures and drama, Stuart!!! Those remains up there look very foreboding…..:)))
Thanks Laurie, with this being right on the edge of the sea it’s probably the most photographed bit of coast near where I live,
Terrific capture Stuart! Love the dramatic feel to it and the light is superb.