Benny Tonner

Benny Tonner

Posted on 09/19/2014


Photo taken on September 16, 2014


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HFF - Dungeness Panorama

HFF - Dungeness Panorama
A badly / quickly constructed 7 shot portrait mode panorama stitched in Panorama Maker 6. Still away so using the laptop which needs calibrating. Badly.

HFF everyone, :))

Berny, John FitzGerald, TimC have particularly liked this photo


9 comments - The latest ones
Ms.Wisteria
Ms.Wisteria
Goodness knows what you are talking about ;) but its a lovely shot - thanks for all your visits and comments. HFF
4 years ago.
Polyrus
Polyrus
This image offers more variety than I recall ever seeing at Dungeness.

HFF!
4 years ago.
John FitzGerald
John FitzGerald
A great sprawling view with the speakers, lighthouse, fenceposts and horizon setting up some interesting perspectives.
4 years ago.
tiabunna
tiabunna
An impressive panorama. I'm intrigued by the speakers. HFF .
4 years ago.
Tacheles
Tacheles
HFF, Ben. What might be the purpose of the speakers, set up in the middle of nowhere? ;)
4 years ago.
Benny Tonner has replied to Tacheles
Why, to get down, get groovy and party on, what else?? :))

They have a retail brand named after them www.blumensteinaudio.com/dungeness-subwoofer

In seriousness, they face the sea and behind the box lies an experimental station which was run by Decca Radar in the past years and the speaker box is connected to that station (now defunct and a _very_ desirable residence). Large yellow marker bouys labelled " Property of Decca Radar" lie around on the east beach of Dungeness. Who knows what the experiments entailed as it was not in the public domain.
I have some images to sort through (19.7GB) so I'll get to the station at some point. ;)

Best I can say on the subject at present Norbert. :)

edit - see here for a previous trip www.ipernity.com/doc/frattonparker/26473839/in/album/514935
4 years ago. Edited 4 years ago.
Tacheles has replied to Benny Tonner
To be true, this is really new to me.
Navigation aid, using subsonic noise would be a science playground.

As far a I know, the low frequency range is used by cargo ships sailing the Horn of Africa in order to banish armed pirates.
4 years ago.
Keith Burton
Keith Burton
Looks pretty damn good to me Ben! Really looking forward to seeing the rest of your photos :)
4 years ago. Edited 4 years ago.
Eunice Perkins
Eunice Perkins
Nothing wrong with it! Lovely scene!
3 years ago.