Breydon Water is one of my favourite spots to visit throughout the year. It never disappoints with great views, lots of wildlife and amazing sunsets, there is always something to photograph (even the rubbish people dump – if you’re into that kind of photography).
After a restless night sleep, I thought I may as well get up and do something productive. I recently had a photography workshop with Jon Gibbs at Holkham Beach, where I got some great shots of the north Norfolk coastline and sand dunes.
After Saturdays visit to Blickling Hall, I seriously under estimated the scale of the estate and the time required to walk around it. So today I found a Blickling estate walk guide on the National Trust website that shows a route around the estate that takes two hours to walk.
The weather hasn’t been great over the last week and it wasn’t much better this weekend, although it was forecast to be sunny at last light this evening. For a while, I have wanted to photograph some bluebells in some woodland and know they appear to be blooming about now.
The fine historic city of Norwich has a medieval castle and cathedral that dominates the Norwich skyline. During this clear sunny day in early April, I walked along the bank of the River Wensum, photographing some beautiful architectural scenery of the Cathedral, Pulls Ferry, Cow Tower, St James Mill and the Quay Side.