Until the 19th century Folkestone remained a small fishing community with a seafront that was continually battered by storms and encroaching shingle that made it hard to land boats. In 1807 an Act of Parliament was passed to build a pier and harbour which was built by Thomas Telford in 1809.
Folkestone is located where the southern edge of the North Downs, escarpment meets the sea.
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snunney (99000) 2013-10-28 5:17
A cleverly composed image captured under a sympathetic ambient light. The pool of water acts as a pointer toward the lighthouse, which makes an excellent focal point framed by the walls of the harbour. I like the warm tonal palette.
jemaflor (97227) 2013-10-28 9:47
Well framed, interesting result. A composition well balanced between Fg and BG, nice golden tones.
rychem (36001) 2013-10-28 9:51
Original and interesting POV, I guess it is an area of tides, very nice idea and execution
macondo (19516) 2013-10-29 0:52
An unusual and creative viewpoint of the nicely framed lighthouse, with good foreground interest in the low-tide reflective puddles. The composition has a strong feeling of depth. I also like the subdued light.
erhan1958 (15699) 2013-10-30 4:29
I have not seen such a fortress .
perfect colours and light
- Copyright: Trevor Moffiet (trevormoffiet) (3112)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2013-05-27
- Categories: Transportation, Architecture
- Camera: Olympus OMD EM5, Olympus M Zuiko 12-50mm 1:3.5-6.3
- Exposure: f/9.0, 1/200 seconds
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Travelogue: United Kingdom
- Theme(s): Harbours, Rivers, beaches and estuaries [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2013-10-28 4:12