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Holkham Beach

04.06.2015 | 0 |  2 

Today I went on a photography workshop with experienced Landscape Photographer Jon Gibbs, who helped me fine tune some of my photography techniques.

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Cromer Pier at sunset

Cromer Pier

31.05.2015 | 0 |  2 

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.

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Cromer Pier at Dusk

Cromer Beach and Pier

17.04.2015 | 0 |  3 

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.

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Hunstanton Rocks and Cliffs

Hunstanton Cliffs

18.02.2015 | 0 |  4 

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.

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Happisburgh Cliffs with Snow on them

Happisburgh Lighthouse – Winter

18.01.2015 | 0 |  3 

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.

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Caister-on-Sea Beach PillBox

Caister-on-Sea Beach

04.01.2015 | 0 |  2 

The beach at Caister-on-Sea gives views of the Scroby Sands Windfarm and bear witness to some amazing sunrises. The beach has a range of sea defences which include sea groynes and boulders and has World War 2 pillbox.

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Happisburgh from St Mary's Church

Happisburgh

28.09.2014 | 0 |  0  

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.

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Wells-next-the-Sea Beach

Wells-next-the-Sea

25.05.2014 | 0 |  0  

Wells-next-the-Sea is located in the North of Norfolk and is a small coastal town which is just over a mile away from the sea. Wells has been served as a port for over 700 years and was at its peak in the 19th century when the quay constructed.

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