Thank you for taking the time to watch the first documentary I've ever created. Whilst in Kent (UK), I was inspired by the county's beautiful coastline. I wanted to combine my love of videography and film making with my enthusiasm for geography and so H2O was created.
If you have any questions about this documentary, please feel free to leave them in the comments section below and I'll be sure to get back to you as soon as possible. I'm always interested in your feedback (be that positive or constructive) because, as the famous YouTuber WillOfDC once said ''video making is only fun when there's someone leaving their comments on the other side''.
Thanks again for watching and please subscribe if you've enjoyed the video. I hope its inspired you to go outside and enjoy the landscape around you.
(The 'extra tags' section of this description is purely used for search optimisation on engines such as Google - or indeed YouTube's own search platform. It's hoped that the words and phrases below will attract viewers from across YouTube who are interested in either water management or Kent as a county)
THANET BEACH CLOSURE CLOSURES IN MAY JULY 2012 AFTER THE WATER WAS DEEMED UNSUITABLE
SPEAKING SPEAKS SPEAK TO JOHN GRIFFIN SENIOR ENVIRONMENT OFFICER AT THE ENVIRONMENT AGENCY ABOUT EA INVOLVEMENT
WORKING WITH SEWAGE UNDER TAKERS UNDERTAKERS TO CLEAR UP THE BEACH
WIDESPREAD COVERAGE FROM THE BBC KENT MESSENGER NEWSPAPERS
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC OR BBC PRODUCTION IS MY ASPIRATION
HOW TO MANAGE A SMALL FISHERY OR SMALL STREAM CHANNEL IN KENT
HARD ENGINEERING AND SOFT ENGINEERING POOLES AND RIFFLES
LITE AIRCRAFT AIR CRAFT FLIGHT AROUND THE KENT KENTISH COASTLINE TO GET AERIAL SHOTS FOR A DOCUMENTARY
THE FOLLOWING IS A RELEVANT EXCERPT FROM THE THANET DISTRICT COUNCIL YOUTUBE PAGE
Thanet is a popular holiday and day trip destination featuring the towns of Margate, Broadstairs and Ramsgate
The Kentish countryside of rolling hills, woodlands and pretty villages is within easy reach, as are miles of coastline varying from sandy beaches to towering cliffs
The County of Kent also offers a rich array of historic attractions and magnificent buildings. Northern France and Belgium can be easily reached via ferries from the nearby Port of Ramsgate Port of Dover or the Channel Tunnel