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.
The Kent coast, some 350 miles long, has some of Britain’s most famous coastline with the White Cliffs of Dover, round to the sands of Margate with its seaside holiday memories for so many people and the shingle beaches of Dungeness.
Other than the pictures I take around Kent, I have also photographed places I have visited around the country, from the city of London to the peace and solitude of the Lake District. I am a keen walker, and some of the photos in this section .