This Could Be Somewhere Else

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This is a digital exhibition of photographs taken on a humid, overcast day in July on the south coast of Kent. They were taken on a single roll of Adox Color Implosion with a 35mm SLR camera before it started to rain.

This hidden piece of land is a strange place to be. Walled in by white, chalky cliffs, it is easy to miss from the road that lead there and has been given the strange unfitting name of a country park, although to most people I suspect it would remind you of neither.

Where this stretch of coast with the sea, the beach and the cliffs are natural, the park itself has been created and thought out – the green slopes, winding paths and immense concrete seawall have all been made by machines and men, build on the dug-out leftovers from a not so unknown tunnel. So when you are there, you are not really sure where you are. It could be the end of the world, or nowhere.
It could quite easily be somewhere else.

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The exhibition will be up for three months only, from 1 Jan – 1 April. After that it will get taken down, so for now this is the only way for you to see them.

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