It’s a snap!

For Wordless Wednesday and bloghops various.

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On the Kent coast in South East England sits the little seaside hamlet of Dungeness. I was camping nearby this time last week. It’s hardly Honolulu, but what it lacks in glitz it makes up for in quirkiness!

60In the UK, it’s probably best known for its power station, but there’s far more to it than that!

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Let’s start with a walk on the beach.

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This is the main street with its fish restaurant and shops! 

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The housing is pretty basic, all single-story wooden buildings.

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There goes the miniature steam train!

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Only one thing left to do. Fancy a pint of local ale?

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41 thoughts on “It’s a snap!

  1. Roentare Sep 6, 2022 / 09:35

    Very nice set of photos revealing the unique landscape and architecture in the area

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  2. stevebethere Sep 6, 2022 / 10:33

    Another nice collection of photos interesting to I like that minature railway too

    Have a snaptastic week Keith 👍

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  3. Sandee Sep 7, 2022 / 00:12

    Looks like a fun place to hang out and anything on water that have boats is right down my alley.

    Thank you for hosting the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday and rest of the week, Keith. 🙂

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  4. My GBGV Life Sep 7, 2022 / 11:48

    It’s like a living junkyard, but it has a lot of character and you want to go there and see it. Nothing fancy, but probably some amazing food there too.

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  5. csuhpat1 Sep 7, 2022 / 16:58

    What a cool place. I would love to visit this little town. Very cool. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Mitzi Sep 7, 2022 / 17:01

    Wow Keith…these are fantastic images & what better way to show the loveliness of the places!

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  7. amandacatsynth Sep 7, 2022 / 18:26

    The quirkiness appeals to me 😺. It reminds me of our quirky little fishing towns on both coasts of the US.

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  8. Emille Sep 7, 2022 / 20:35

    A Northern beach has its own charm. I like your interesting views of the colored ropes and the boats. Instead of ale do you like eel? What are your thoughts of the UK’s new minister-president?

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    • Keith's Ramblings Sep 9, 2022 / 17:19

      Thanks, Emille, I like ale with eel! As for our new PM, I have high hopes for her, but she’s starting at a very sad and difficult time.

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  9. Patricia Sep 7, 2022 / 22:23

    Interesting. Very different from the coast of the state where I live in the USA.

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  10. Andree Sep 8, 2022 / 02:20

    Thank you for the tour. Loved it and I want to try the fish shack now!

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  11. Natasha Sep 8, 2022 / 07:36

    Thanks for taking us along with you to the quaint hamlet of Dungeness.

    There is a certain charm to these little, grunge hamlets in the back and beyond. Basic, yet beautiful in their own way. A great respite from the regular, manicured places one comes across on holidays, especially thanks to Instagram. :))

    The fish must have been fresh and delicious. What was the usual catch of the day?

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  12. Memories of Eric and Flynn Sep 8, 2022 / 22:35

    Not the prettiest place, but I bet it has a great atmosphere!

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  13. hilarymb Sep 11, 2022 / 16:13

    Hi Keith – I want to visit Jarman’s cottage sometime … but I’d enjoy the fish and chips, and I’d enjoy the ale! The yellow horned poppy looks as though its well settled in, though very poisonous – Cheers Hilary

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