Dungeness, Kent. This is one of my favorite places to photograph. Yearly I return to Dungerness to document the subtle changes in the landscape. Interestingly there are subtle changes, things move, things disappear, boats and shacks deteriorate.  To photograph Dungerness is very cliché because it is always crawling with other photographers, it's clearly a place that there a many people you are drawn to photograph becuase of its barren scape, and the remains of the bygone days of a once thriving fishing industry.  Dungeness is now a nature reserve, and the is a large engery plant on the peninsula, the light is amazing. Despite all of this, I still like going there.