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Dungeness Polaroids

‘Dungeness is not truly a village, more a scattered collection of dwellings. Some of the homes, small wooden houses in the main, many built around old railway coaches, are owned and lived in by fishermen, whose boats lie on the beach; some are occupied by people trying to escape the pressured outside world. The shack-like properties have a high value on the property market.’

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  1. hi, laura! i stumbled upon your blog while doing a search for polaroid-related posts. i’m glad i did. these shots are gorgeous, and i’ve enjoyed looking through your blog. i just finished an amazing magic pack of expired time-zero and am extremely upset about it! polaroid photography is a new phenomenon for me, but i’m hooked now. now i watch as my bank account balance quickly dwindles… 🙂

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