We walked along the shingle at Dungeness from the Britannia Inn to the Pilot Inn keeping close to the surf.
The sun shone and a heavy north easterly breeze made for a bracing walk.
RX is the code for Rye and Hastings on this south coast.
At Hastings and here at Dungeness the boats are not moored in port, but hauled up the shingle beaches – either by heavy winches or by caterpillar tractors.
The distinctive sterns are designed to take the surf at launch and haul-up.
What surprised me – (perhaps it shouldn’t have), was the identical fishing boat fifty yards along the beach.
The design is timeless – only the materials have changed.
For the origins and full set of images in this series, here