Norfolk lies to the east of England and I travelled along its 90 mile stunning coastline, which includes a wide diversity of creeks, salt marshes, undulating cliffs, pretty seaside towns, large sandy beaches and vast skies.
This is a page of some of my favourite photographs from the trip.
Wells on Sea is an attractive sea side town on the north Norfolk coast with a long sweeping beach bordered by pine woodland, and a harbour with fishing boats. Its most memorable feature are colourful beach huts which feature on many a painting and postcard offering fantastic views of the sea.
Cromer is another lovely seaside town on the north Norfolk coast. It has a beautiful Victorian pier containing a lifeboat station & Pavilion Theatre and has managed to avoid many storms and an attempt by the by the Government in WW2 to blow it up, to stop it being used as a landing point for invading armies.
Windmills are very common in Norfolk and at one point there were more than 100 windmills in the county, which were mostly used to pump water.
For more photos from my trip to the Norfolk, please click here.