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The Passing of Time
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185/365v3 The Passing of Time

I popped over to Walton on the Naze this afternoon to try and photograph the old pill boxes and bunkers that have fallen into the sea following the erosion of the coast. Last time I had a look at these was about a year ago…they’ve really suffered at the hands of

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Needs Work
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242/365v2 Needs Work

I’ve driven past these derelict buildings in Takeley many times over the last few years, watching them deteriorate more and more each time. I finally got round to stopping and photographing them today…it was interesting getting it level and straight! I do particularly enjoy the lamppost. in this shot.

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Battersea Power Station

As promised, here’s a shot of the iconic Battersea Power Station taken yesterday on the London Photowalk. I very much had Alcatraz in my mind when I processed this.

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Kick The Door Down

There are some derelict stables in Little Canfield that I have visited before. I popped down there again today and captured this image. I was particularly taken with the pattern of the sunlight breaking in through the holes in the opposite wall.

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Berners Roding Church Crumbling Away
Berners Roding Church

The Dereliction of Berners Roding Church

A couple more images taken from Berners Roding Church as it slowly crumbles into the ground. The images in this short series are all HDR images produced using Photomatix and have also all had additional processing using On One’s Photo Tools in Photoshop. You can see in the image above

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Berners Roding Church Looking In
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Berners Roding Church

If you’ve been following this blog you will now know that I enjoy photographing Churches and derelict buildings…so what could be better than to find a derelict Church! Berners Roding Church is certainly in a poor state. Rumour has it that it may be sold for residential use, though the

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Inside a Gorge Casemate North Weald Redoubt
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The Gorge Casemates at North Weald Redoubt

Continuing our look at the North Weald Redoubt, this is the view at one end of the Gorge Casemates looking way back along the corridor, the divisions of each individual room or storage area can be seen quite clearly. Coming back out of the gorge casemates you can see a

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The North Weald Redoubte
Ammunition Store

The North Weald Redoubt

North Weald Redoubt was built in the late 1800’s as the first stage of a Military Defence Line against any invasion of England. It was used to store ammunition to protect London if war ever broke out. Now fast decaying and being taken over by the brambles it’s still an

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Bottles
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Mucky Beer Bottles

Along with the leather jacker were some old beer bottles. Just like the leather jacket the local spiders had taken a liking to these as well.

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Mark Seton

Mark Seton

I'm an amateur photographer who enjoys music. I'm currently the Digital Secretary of the Bishops Stortford Camera club (and am a past Chairman) and I hold both LRPS and CPAGB distinctions.