There’s something distinctly surreal and otherworldly about Dungeness. It is a place where history seems to accumulate and is left to decay. This applies to old boats or the radioactivity in the decommissioned nuclear power stations. It has the largest expanse of shingle in Europe which continues to grow as it is deposited by the sea. It is a haven for wild life and over 600 species of plants. Over the years it has attracted artists like Derek Jarman and been called a ‘photographers dream’. I have tried to scratch the surface with my photographs here.