weekend fisherman wait patiently for a catch along the coast at Dungeness in Kent. The Kent headland is well known for its nuclear power station which dominates the shingle landscape. Scattered along side this isolated stretch of coast people reside in small wooden chalet style houses. There are no fences to outline land ownership and gardens seem to house a mismatch of plants, decaying boats and sculptures made out of beach finds.
Sitting comfortably next to this area is Romney Marshes. This salt marsh supports a variety of birds and is home to many different types of fauna. Some of which are considered rare. It's a fascinating place to visit. On a day like today, the wet misty grey weather brings a strong dramatic feel to this unusual and haphazard area of land.