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Filename: 28893_025.jpg

Size: 6048 x 4032 (5.4MB)

Date: 15th October 2021

Source: Historic England

Credit: A© Historic England Archive, Dav

Copyright Status: Copyrighted Work

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Coastal erosion at Kilnsea 28893_025

Fort Godwin coastal battery severely damaged by coastal erosion, near Kilnsea, East Riding of Yorkshire, 2016. TA4116

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Caravan Park Coastal Erosion


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EDITORS COMMENTS
This print by Dave MacLeod captures the devastating effects of coastal erosion at Kilnsea, East Riding of Yorkshire. The image showcases the severe damage inflicted upon Fort Godwin coastal battery, a historical landmark that has fallen victim to the relentless forces of nature. Standing as a testament to the power and unpredictability of our coastlines, this aerial shot reveals an alarming scene where once proud structures now lie in ruins. The photograph serves as a stark reminder of the ongoing battle between land and sea, highlighting how vulnerable even man-made fortifications can be against Mother Nature's might. Coastal erosion is an ever-present threat along this stretch of coastline, with its erosive powers gradually eroding away not only historic sites but also nearby caravan parks and other infrastructures. As we gaze upon this striking image, we are reminded that time is both friend and foe – while it shapes our landscapes over centuries, it can also erase cherished landmarks within moments. This print prompts us to reflect on the importance of preserving our heritage in the face of such natural challenges. Through his lens, Dave MacLeod masterfully captures not just a moment frozen in time but also conveys a powerful message about environmental conservation. It urges us all to appreciate and protect these fragile coastal ecosystems for future generations before they become mere remnants captured only through photographs like this one.

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