Agriculture of Thanet by Joe Vary

Agriculture of Thanet is part of Isle, a collection of daytime photographs capturing the essence of life on the Isle of Thanet.  Agriculture of Thanet was captured on a cool spring by the Thanet coast.

This lighthouse has saved many ships from colliding with the rocky Kent shoreline.  Although it is now fully automated, it was the last lighthouse in the UK to be manned, only becoming automated in 1998.  This photo sees the lighthouse overlooking a crop of the famous Arran Pilot early potatoes commonly grown on the mild Thanet coast.



All of my photographs are printed on Fuji DP II Professional Colour Paper.  This stunning paper delivers beautiful tones, sharpness and all round image quality.

It is coated with a slightly stippled texture and is very resistant to fingerprints and scuffs.  Fuji DP II Professional Colour Paper has a semi-matt finish with minimal glare.

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