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Another picture from my visit to Dover.
The views from the edge were amazing. Vertigo inducing. As you can see, the path gets quite close to the fall, and you should watch were you put four feet. At some point there is a way carved in the vertical wall that lets you go down the beach. A wrecked boat and an old bunker can be visited. That day, the weather was all right, a bit chilly maybe. Not completely clear though, there was a bit of haze. I didn’t have a polarizing filter that could help a bit removing that bluish cast, but I like how that helps with the depth of the scene. As I said earlier, everything looks a bit dry to me. Not as green as expected.
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