On the way back home from Happisburgh, I diverted to Gorleston-on-Sea as I could see some nice light in the sky and thought I would make the most of the day.
The weather conditions were rather mixed today being mainly overcast which I thought would be ideal for some moody long exposure photography at Happisburgh.
After popping to Cley next the Sea, I decided to stop off at Sheringham on the way home to see if I could get any long exposures of the sea groynes and beach rocks during sunset.
From my last trip to Cromer in April I found that when I was standing on the beach, the sun was setting behind the cliffs rather than out to sea.
As the weather has been getting a bit better, I thought it would nice to end the week by taking a trip to the North Norfolk seaside town of Cromer.
Hunstanton is a popular holiday resort located on the west coast of Norfolk. Along the coast at Old Hunstanton is where you can find cliffs dating back to the cretaceous period.
Happisburgh Lighthouse situated in the small village of Happisburgh on the east coast of Norfolk and is the only independently run lighthouse left in Great Britain.
Happisburgh is a small village on the east coast of Norfolk and is where you will find the only independently run lighthouse left in Great Britain.