The Folkestone Harbour

I have just returned from my first trip overseas and what an experience! I had the opportunity to visit London and Paris, plus some surrounding areas during a two week adventure with my family and friends. While our guided tours and very tight schedules were not optimum for creative photography, I did the best with the little time we had. 

During the coming months, I invite you to join me as I occasionally look back on our trip and share the sights of England and France. 

This is the Folkestone Harbour (I had to spell it the way they do in England), just down the road from Dover, in Kent. We stayed across the street from here the night before crossing the English Channel to France.
  

This is the Folkestone Harbour (I had to spell it the way they do in England), just down the road from Dover, in Kent. We stayed across the street from here the night before crossing the English Channel to France. Photo by Tim Stanley Photography.

 

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2 thoughts on “The Folkestone Harbour

  1. This brings back memories. I used to work in the next town over – Hythe. I remember all these small craft that filled the harbour – always a colorful scene.

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