Date: September 2010Location: St Mary’s Church and Dover Castle, Dover, Kent, England
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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.
Great capture! Beautiful landscape.
Magnificent view Stuart, they certainly had an advantage defending against intruders and the benefit of not working so hard against gravity to hurl projectiles. I guess it would be a different story in a siege though.
This is brilliant Stu, love the depth and perspective of this, fantastic comp and view!
Excellent angle of an interesting subject.
Wow, what a great vista!!
Wow awesome perspective Stuart !
Super POV Stuart, nice moody sky.Rich.
STUNNING shot, were you in a Balloon or plane ??
Thanks very much. Neither, this is the view from the top of Dover Castle looking down at the walls.
– Stuart Chapman
definately a high point lol. great view :)) k
Thanks very much indeed