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UK Esplanades Level Dover Castle 12/10/2010

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Right a trip out for a lookat some of dovers good stuff ended up with this result..The lowest area of dover castle tunnels apart from the alleged Foundation level which to be honest no one seems sure of existance,there is withing the esplanades a passage very well locked that may prove or disprove this "rumour"...any how ..visited with Fortknox0 and frosty and a big thanks to all involved in the trip..right athol,trevenian caves and guilford tunnel..Very good explore loved it infact!!Right spent several hours in and around the tunnels .This is what i managed to get!

On with the pics

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Right thats me quite enjoyable night..a late one but wellworth it... :lol:

Edited by Dubbed Navigator
Fixing photbucket

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Nice one Wevsky, and everyone else who craked it.

Let's hope it's still open for a few days, as I'd like a peek inside if possible. ;)

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Your photos are getting there wevsy, nice one :)

Frosty.

Still need to get my lighting more ven mate notlike i was in a rush so should have been better in my opinion..mind you im a twat soi my opinion dopesnt count aye matey :)

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Nice one. I'd love to have a look at this place. Fair play for getting in.

ah but apparantlyive ruined it eh will seal it and ive spoliled it for everyone else..ffs if they get in its fine tho cos its mea relative new comer who has done it im a twat!!..blah blah blah!!thx tho matey was a great explore :lol:

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Your photos are getting there wevsy, nice one :)

Frosty.

Still need to get my lighting more ven mate notlike i was in a rush so should have been better in my opinion..mind you im a twat soi my opinion dopesnt count aye matey :)

I think you need to increase the length of your exposures to allow more time to light up the area more , 6 seconds is not a lot of time to do it without getting the lighting differences.

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Fucking bastards!

Think I'm the only one on this forum that hasn't seen Esplanadaes :'(

That I can guaruntee you is not true.

I hadn't seen it . . . . . until tonight ;)

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Fucking bastards!

Think I'm the only one on this forum that hasn't seen Esplanadaes :'(

That I can guaruntee you is not true.

I hadn't seen it . . . . . until tonight ;)

glad you liked it mike..fun entry isnt it!!

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The only problem with that is im stuck in Dudley til Friday and York next week. And as im away this week, il have to keep the missus happy over the weekend. Least im leaving my current job very soon.

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The only problem with that is im stuck in Dudley til Friday and York next week. And as im away this week, il have to keep the missus happy over the weekend. Least im leaving my current job very soon.

Ah right ..im in no doubt it will be sealed..be nice if they got off there arses and cleared all the syringes out from in there too..

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