The Norfolk coast

The Norfolk coast does not have the dramatic ruggedness of Cornwall or Northumberland but there is still plenty of beauty in it. Three more pictures from my trips to Norfolk.

Next up – Northumberland.

"The view east" - Burnham Overy Staithe, Norfolk.
“The view east” – Burnham Overy Staithe, Norfolk.

"First Light Launch" - Fishermen on Weybourne beach, Norfolk, prepare to launch just after dawn.
“First Light Launch” – Fishermen on Weybourne beach, Norfolk, prepare to launch just after dawn.
"Balls" - Hunstanton beach at sunset; these are actually boulders that have fallen of the cliffs to be rounded by the sea.
“Balls” – Hunstanton beach at sunset; these are actually boulders that have fallen of the cliffs to be rounded by the sea.
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6 thoughts on “The Norfolk coast”

  1. With these “Balls” being spread about so evenly it makes me wonder if they had some use at one time. I came across rounded stones on the coast of North Carolina and from hat I was told, the round stones were once used as ballast to weigh down a ship until cargo was received.

    These are all beautiful and “Balls” is intriguing to ponder.

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  2. Love the top two images Bill…..but not so keen on the last one, because I feel the foreground boulder is just too overpowering and acts as a block to the rest of the image. Norfolk is on my bucket list.

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