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Winter In Margate

After shooting in Margate as part of a collaboration with Base London, we decided to revisit and shoot our own content.

We’ve never visited Margate before but as a seaside town, I imagine it becomes quite lively during the summer months. However, when visiting in February, it is QUIET! Most shops and cafes that line the beach are closed. It’s a little bit of a ghost town which is absolutely perfect for photography.

After walking around Margate, we drove to Botany Bay which takes just 5-10 minutes. Botany Bay is a long sandy beach with huge chalk cliffs. It’s so photogenic and we were only sharing it with a few dog walkers so it was absolutely lovely.

We will definitely be returning when it’s a little warmer and we’ll be together a guide for visiting the seaside town so watch this space if you’re interested.