Hemswell Cliff: A shattered, knackered old WW2 RAF base in the middle of nowhere. Cold. Desolate. Bleak. A bloody awful place to live, but an excellent place to photograph.
One a slightly more serious note, Hemswell Cliff is a small village in Lincolnshire. It's based on one of the many RAF sites that sprung up in Lincolnshire before and during World War 2. I belive that some of the aircraft from the Dambusters mission flew from here.
Long abandoned as an RAF base, the old RAF quarters are mostly private housing now. The RAF base itself is given over to private industry, which includes a quite well known antiques market.
This gallery contains images from around Hemswell Cliff, where I live. The airbase itself has now got a Sunday market on top of it, which has sadly spoilt some of the photo opportunities there.