What started as a test of the Canon FD 35-70mm f4 soon became a very memorable and tension thick experience exploring the Bandeath Munitions site. It began as a Admiralty Depot during World War I, built by POW's from a nearby camp and was later used as a Royal Naval Armament Depot during World War II.
The history of this location has left a grim feeling in the air, of something that once had a purpose but has now passed on, leaving behind the rusting reminders of our bloody past. If you didn't know the history behind the location you could believe at first as I did that it has very close similarities to a POW camp, the sheep have now filled that position.
Music is Gustav Holst - Mars,The Bringer of War