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Landscapes - Kent

Dave Godden | Stranded

Stranded

An old fishing boat left to decay on the constantly extending beach at Dungeness in Kent, UK.
Dave Godden | Whiteness Arch

Whiteness Arch

The chalk cliffs of the Isle of Thanet in Kent UK have some of the most spectacular chalk formations in south east England. Here at Whiteness Point near Broadstairs is a dramatic arch. Gloomy skies and rain on the day this image was taken serve to make the white chalk stand out.
Dave Godden | Frosty Lane

Frosty Lane

A view along the Loose Valley path at Loose near Maidstone in Kent UK on a crisp and frosty morning. Not suitable for wrap canvas. Please select other canvas if ordering.
Dave Godden | Frozen Loose Valley

Frozen Loose Valley

A meadow in the Loose Valley near Maidstone in Kent early on a winters morning with a crisp frost on the ground and the sun breaking. Additional texture applied
Dave Godden | Loose Hill And Chequers

Loose Hill And Chequers

A winters morning view down Loose Hill to the Mill Stream and Chequers Public House with texture added to the image.
Dave Godden | Wheatfields To The Church

Wheatfields To The Church

St Mary's church at Kenardington on the edge of the Romney Marsh in Kent viewed from an adjacent wheat field at the going down of the sun.
Dave Godden | Sheep In The Stour Valley

Sheep In The Stour Valley

Sheep in a field at Boughton Aluph near Ashford in Kent UK in the shadow of the North Downs. In the distance on the hillside can be seen the Wye Crown, cut in the chalk for the coronation of Edward VII.
Dave Godden | Devils Kneading Trough

Devils Kneading Trough

The Devil’s Kneading Trough is a classic dry steep-sided valley formed by glacial action and offers spectacular views across Kent and into East Sussex and Surrey. It sits on the edge of the chalk escarpment of the North Downs in an area known as the Wye Downs above the village Wye near Ashford in Kent, UK.
Dave Godden | Bluebells at Kings Wood

Bluebells at Kings Wood

Kings Wood at Challock near Ashford in Kent is famous for its displays of bluebells every year.
Dave Godden | Clearing At Kings Wood

Clearing At Kings Wood

Kings Wood at Challock near Ashford in Kent is famous for its displays of bluebells every year and features a few clearings in the tree line of which this is one.
Dave Godden | Bluebells at Kings Wood

Bluebells at Kings Wood

Kings Wood at Challock near Ashford in Kent is famous for its displays of bluebells every year.
Dave Godden | Bluebells at Kings Wood

Bluebells at Kings Wood

Kings Wood at Challock near Ashford in Kent is famous for its displays of bluebells every year.
Dave Godden | Yachts In The Fog

Yachts In The Fog

Anchored Yachts from Upnor Yacht Club surrounded by fog on the River Medway in Kent on an autumn morning.
Dave Godden | Old Boats At Upnor

Old Boats At Upnor

These old boats have seen better times and are not securely attached to the bank of the River Medway at Upnor in Kent. Taken on foggy autumn morning with the sun attempting to break through.
Dave Godden | Stranded Wreck

Stranded Wreck

One of many abandoned and rotting wooden boats on the marshes at Hoo on the River Medway in Kent UK.
Dave Godden | Hythe Beach at Sunset

Hythe Beach at Sunset

The beach at Hythe in Kent with fishing boats as the sun sets over Dungeness beyond.
Dave Godden | Western Docks Dover

Western Docks Dover

Undergoing some reconstruction, this is a view of the Western Docks at Dover in Kent UK
Dave Godden | Margate Harbour At Low Tide

Margate Harbour At Low Tide

Sun setting over the beach harbour at Margate on the Isle Of Thanet in Kent UK
Dave Godden | Margate Harbour At Low Tide

Margate Harbour At Low Tide

Sun setting over the beach harbour at Margate on the Isle Of Thanet in Kent UK
Dave Godden | Hythe Beach at Sunset

Hythe Beach at Sunset

The beach at Hythe in Kent with fishing boats as the sun sets over Dungeness beyond.
Dave Godden | St Margarets Bay

St Margarets Bay

St Margarets Bay below St Margarets At Cliffe near Dover nestles beneath the white chalk cliffs just a few miles from Dover. Nearby is Mermaid Cottage, formerly White Cliffs owned by Noel Coward until 1954 when Ian Fleming of James Bond fame bought it and based some locations from many of the 007 books nearby.
Dave Godden | West Cliff Ramsgate

West Cliff Ramsgate

Facing out onto the extensive flats of Pegwell Bay, the white chalk cliffs of West Cliff are the last and most southerly of the cliffs that make up the Isle of Thanet in Kent, UK. The wave cut platform at low tide forms reflective pools and also bears the scars and debris of previous defences and erosion and falls from the cliff top.
Dave Godden | West Cliff Ramsgate

West Cliff Ramsgate

Facing out onto the extensive flats of Pegwell Bay, the white chalk cliffs of West Cliff are the last and most southerly of the cliffs that make up the Isle of Thanet in Kent, UK. The wave cut platform at low tide forms reflective pools and also bears the scars and debris of previous defences and erosion and falls from the cliff top.
Dave Godden | West Cliff Ramsgate

West Cliff Ramsgate

Facing out onto the extensive flats of Pegwell Bay, the white chalk cliffs of West Cliff are the last and most southerly of the cliffs that make up the Isle of Thanet in Kent, UK. The wave cut platform at low tide forms reflective pools and also bears the scars and debris of previous defences and erosion and falls from the cliff top.
Dave Godden | West Cliff Ramsgate

West Cliff Ramsgate

Facing out onto the extensive flats of Pegwell Bay, the white chalk cliffs of West Cliff are the last and most southerly of the cliffs that make up the Isle of Thanet in Kent, UK. The wave cut platform at low tide forms reflective pools and also bears the scars and debris of previous defences and erosion and falls from the cliff top.
Dave Godden | The Edith May

The Edith May

Right on the edge of the North Kent Marshes by a narrow inlet and wharf is the ancient church and overlooking cottages of St Margaret of Antioch at Lower Halstow. Nestled in the wharf is the Thames Barge Edith May
Dave Godden | Footpath To The Wood

Footpath To The Wood

Public Footpath running from Challock Church to Eastwell Church across the Eastwell Park Estate near Ashford in Kent UK. On the edge of the North Downs chalk hills finds the ground littered with flint from the chalk.
Dave Godden | Edge Of The Field

Edge Of The Field

Field edge near Challock Church on the Eastwell Park Estate near Ashford in Kent UK. On the edge of the North Downs chalk hills finds the ground littered with flint from the chalk.
Dave Godden | Edge Of The Field

Edge Of The Field

Field edge near Challock Church on the Eastwell Park Estate near Ashford in Kent UK. On the edge of the North Downs chalk hills finds the ground littered with flint from the chalk.
Dave Godden | Coldrum Stones

Coldrum Stones

The Coldrum Stones are the remains of a Neolithic Long Barrow near the village of Trottiscliffe in Kent. They are part of a group of like monuments known as The Medway Valley Monoliths . The stones, entrance to the barrow, face east across the low lands of the Medway Valley just below the North Downs.
Dave Godden | Coldrum Stones

Coldrum Stones

The Coldrum Stones are the remains of a Neolithic Long Barrow near the village of Trottiscliffe in Kent. They are part of a group of like monuments known as The Medway Valley Monoliths . The stones, entrance to the barrow, face east across the low lands of the Medway Valley just below the North Downs.
Dave Godden | Coldrum Stones

Coldrum Stones

The Coldrum Stones are the remains of a Neolithic Long Barrow near the village of Trottiscliffe in Kent. They are part of a group of like monuments known as The Medway Valley Monoliths . The stones, entrance to the barrow, face east across the low lands of the Medway Valley just below the North Downs.
Dave Godden | Herne Bay Pier

Herne Bay Pier

Herne Bay Pier was the third pier to be built at Herne Bay, Kent for passenger steamers. It was notable for its length of 3,787 feet. It was destroyed in a storm in 1978 and dismantled in 1980, leaving a stub with sports centre at the landward end, and part of the landing stage isolated at sea.
Dave Godden | Trees At Brack Lane

Trees At Brack Lane

Trees lining a drainage ditch at Brack Lane on the road from Snargate to Fairfield at Romney Marsh in Kent UK
Dave Godden | Trees at Beckets Bridge

Trees at Beckets Bridge

Trees lining a drainange ditch at Beckets Bridge on the road from Appledore to Fairfield at Romney Marsh in Kent UK
Dave Godden | Mote Park Lake

Mote Park Lake

A long exposure image of the lake and boathouse in Mote Park in Maidstone Kent. A public open space Mote Park is maintained by Maidstone Borough Council.
Dave Godden | Medway At Maidstone

Medway At Maidstone

A long exposure image of the River Medway at Maidstone in Kent UK. In the distance can be seen the Archbishops Palace and All Saints church together with the Millennium Footbridge and to the right the buildings of the County Court and Crown Court.
Dave Godden | Winched Fishing Boats

Winched Fishing Boats

The tiny fishing fleet operating out of Hythe in Kent has no harbour and are beach launched and winched back in at the end of the days work. The geared winches sit exposed at the top of the beach holding the boats on a rope.
Dave Godden | Upper Mill Pond Wateringbury

Upper Mill Pond Wateringbury

The Upper Mill Pond at Wateringbury in Kent, UK. Surrounded by period cottages and the converted Upper Mill building, oast houses and Old Mill Cottage this is a tranquil oasis.
Dave Godden | Upper Mill Pond Wateringbury

Upper Mill Pond Wateringbury

The Upper Mill Pond at Wateringbury in Kent, UK. Surrounded by period cottages and the converted Upper Mill building, oast houses and Old Mill Cottage this is a tranquil oasis.
Dave Godden | Upper Mill Pond Wateringbury

Upper Mill Pond Wateringbury

The Upper Mill Pond at Wateringbury in Kent, UK. Surrounded by period cottages and the converted Upper Mill building, oast houses and Old Mill Cottage this is a tranquil oasis.
Dave Godden | Denny Bottom

Denny Bottom

The area of Denny Bottom at Rusthall Common on the outskirts of Tunbridge Wells in Kent is home to some delightful Victorian Cottages snuggled amongst rugged sandstone outcrops of which Toad Rock is the most famous.
Dave Godden | Upper Street Rusthall

Upper Street Rusthall

The area of Denny Bottom at Rusthall Common on the outskirts of Tunbridge Wells in Kent is home to some delightful Victorian Cottages snuggled amongst rugged sandstone outcrops of which Toad Rock is the most famous. Loaf Rock sits now hemmed in by the cottages of Upper Street.
Dave Godden | Loaf Rock Rusthall

Loaf Rock Rusthall

The area of Denny Bottom at Rusthall Common on the outskirts of Tunbridge Wells in Kent is home to some delightful Victorian Cottages snuggled amongst rugged sandstone outcrops of which Toad Rock is the most famous. Loaf Rock sits now hemmed in by the cottages of Upper Street.
Dave Godden | Denny Bottom

Denny Bottom

The area of Denny Bottom at Rusthall Common on the outskirts of Tunbridge Wells in Kent is home to some delightful Victorian Cottages snuggled amongst rugged sandstone outcrops of which Toad Rock is the most famous.
Dave Godden | Toad Rock

Toad Rock

The area of Denny Bottom at Rusthall Common on the outskirts of Tunbridge Wells in Kent is home to some delightful Victorian Cottages snuggled amongst rugged sandstone outcrops of which Toad Rock is the most famous.
Dave Godden | Denny Bottom

Denny Bottom

The area of Denny Bottom at Rusthall Common on the outskirts of Tunbridge Wells in Kent is home to some delightful Victorian Cottages snuggled amongst rugged sandstone outcrops of which Toad Rock is the most famous.
Dave Godden | Denny Bottom

Denny Bottom

The area of Denny Bottom at Rusthall Common on the outskirts of Tunbridge Wells in Kent is home to some delightful Victorian Cottages snuggled amongst rugged sandstone outcrops of which Toad Rock is the most famous.