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Hallsands village, located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the South Devon coast at Start Bay, 1 mile north of Start Point, was until the last few years of the 19th century associated with fishing. From 1897 and for the next 20 years, it suffered hardship, with its community progressively losing their means of fishing, culminating in the loss of their homes and belongings to the sea. This was brought about by removal of vast quantities of sand and shingle which had protected the precarious community for many decades. Most inhabitants were forced to abandon their houses before they collapsed, but today the village has international renown within the Coastal Engineering fraternity, an example of the effect of coastal dredging when processes are not fully understood.
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Captured in 2016 with a Phantom 3 in 391 images, processed in RealityCapture, Zbrush, Blender, xNormal and Substance Painter, published as a low poly mesh.