Published: 17:07, 18 September 2018
| Updated: 11:18, 19 September 2018
See Thanet in all its glory as a joint exhibition brings breathtaking views to a Kent gallery.
Thrills and Spills, a joint exhibition by Darren Lewis and Ross Andrews, runs until Tuesday, September 25 at the Pie Factory Gallery in Margate.
It is the third joint exhibition for the pair, after their first, Sand, Sea and Light in 2016 and In and Out the Sea last year.
This highlights the fun experiences the county's coastline has to offer.
Artist Darren, using traditional oil paints, the Thrills of the fun-seeking activities at Margate’s Dreamland theme park, including childhood memories of white knuckle rides on the then-named Bembom Brothers Theme Park in the 1980s.
Besides the thrills, there's also the famous Margate light and jaw-dropping sunsets.
Ross offers extreme photography to record the power of the sea at its most exhilarating.
Darren, who lives in Margate, focusses on the vistas of sand, sea and sky of his chosen locations, having lived by the sea for 46 years.
Ross has been passionate about the sea all his life and spends time and energy observing the local coastlines. He physically immerses himself in the sea and uses extreme photography to capture the waves and spills in full force.
But those moments take time to capture - some pieces can take more than two years to capture, with a small window of opportunity when all the elements come together at the right time.
Thrills and Spills is at the Pie Factory Gallery in Broad Street, Margate. For more details go to piefactorymargate.co.uk