It’s been a while… Photographs

Foreword

Hello,

Its been a while since I have posted any photographs to the website and that’s because it has been a while since I have wielded a camera. Even though I am now semi retired from the website due to some super big massive changes in my personal life, such as trying to find a new job, settling down with the girl I love and I am not sure if I have mentioned it on here, getting married! As you can see time hasn’t been in my favour of late but I wanted you to all know that I am still around and I do poke my head into the hobby side of my life occasionally. Anyway I digress…. Please find in this album a few photographs taken during October and November

All the best

Ray Goodfellow


Photographs

The site of the former hoverport and Prince of Wales pier in Dover showing the scope of the enabling works for the Dover Western Docks Revival (DWDR) project.

The site of the former hoverport and Prince of Wales pier in Dover showing the scope of the enabling works for the Dover Western Docks Revival (DWDR) project. Here the old hydraulic hovercraft lifting jacks are being removed.

The Delft Seaways on her final approach to the Port of Dover.

A little bit of image trickery (Tilt Shift effect) showing a typical busy scene at the Port of Dover

This is Luna, she doesn’t photograph ships but is always found with a man that does, the one and only Dover Marina.com

The Delft Seaways approaching her berth in the Port of Dover.

The Dunkerque Seaways seen approaching the Eastern entrance to the Port of Dover.

The Pride of Kent seen departing the Western entrance of the Port of Dover.

The Dunkerque Seaways seen approaching the Eastern entrance to the Port of Dover.

The Spirit of France seen arriving at the Port of Calais.

The Arklow Fern seen loading grain at Cruise Terminal 1. Nigel Thornton recently posted a mini history of this vessel to the website, for the first time in a long time I had a photograph to add 🙂

The Spirit of France seen arriving at the Port of Calais.

The Pride of Kent departing Calais.

The Pride of Kent departing Calais.

The Côte des Dunes departing Calais.

A view of Calais seafront as the rain clouds start to build, soon time to head to the car!

The Côte des Dunes departing Calais.

I wasn’t the only one freezing my behind off at the end of Calais pier 🙂

The Côte des Dunes departing Calais.

The Côte des Dunes departing Calais as the Côte des Flandres arrives from Dover.

The Côte des Flandres arrives from Dover.

The Côte des Flandres arrives from Dover.

The Côte des Flandres arrives from Dover.

The Seven Sisters undergoing Winter maintenance at the Port of Dunkerque


All of the photographs featured in this article were taken with a Canon EOS 550D and a Sigma 18-300mm lens.

This article and all photographs featured are the copyright © of Ray Goodfellow (Dover Ferry Photos) 2016, All rights reserved. Images posted in this article may not be reproduced or shared without permission.


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