Happisburgh Lighthouse is the only independently operated lighthouse left in the country. It is situated in the small village of Happisburgh on the east coast of Norfolk.
The village of Happisburgh is probably more famously known for the devastating damage that the village has sustained due to coastal erosion. Many homes have fallen victim to the sea where the cliff face has collapsed.
These photographs were snapped one evening in mid-spring and capture a colourful sunset behind the Lighthouse and in the distance you can see St Mary’s Church.