All Quiet

Apologies for being so quiet on here of late it’s been a hectic Spring & Summer this year. I hope to begin with lots of new posts in the coming months but for now here are some new images from the last few months.


I had an incredible hour of light back in April at Horsey Mill on the Norfolk Broads


Due to the long winter the Daffodils were very late this year. Here are a few captured in a Norfolk Field


Stormy last light illuminating Horsey Windpump


South Creake ford in North Norfolk


The old disused Dilham Canal lock at Ebridge Mill


Stormy last light at Heigham Holmes Drainage Mill near the village of Martham


Horsey Mill with some stormy light about an hour before sunset


Something a bit different for me, I was commissioned to write an article on photographing derelict buildings for a UK photography magazine and here is one of the images I shot of an old derelict mill in the Norfolk Countryside.


Dream light as the last rays of the stormy light illuminate Horsey mill and the sky above.


Derelict Detail shot


Norfolk Moods


This is probably one of the least photograph mills of all the Norfolk Broads mills that have some sails. This is Heigham Holmes and sit’s on an island that is only open to the public one day a year.


Norfolk Mill at night


Reed bed glow


I loved the grey mixed with the red brickwork in this shot at an old flour mill


The very last light on Horsey Mill and my very last shot of the day on this particular evening

Horsey Mill, Norfolk Broads
A misty morning start at Horsey Mill on the Norfolk Broads


Oil Seed Rape field in the Norfolk Countryside


The picturesque West Somerton Staithe on the Norfolk Broads

Horsey Windmill
Horsey Windpump at first light

Winterton Windfarm
Probably one of the laziest images I have ever shot  as this one was done practically over the garden fence with a telephoto lens.


West Somerton, Norfolk


Horsey Mill


Cart Gap, Norfolk Coast with the Lee Big Stopper, ten stop filter

Happisburgh lighthouse
Happisburgh Lighthouse shortly before a storm passes overhead


Cromer Pier following a colourful sunset on the Norfolk Coast


Rainbow captures in the dunes at Wells-Next-The-Sea beach on the Norfolk Coast


Happisburgh Lighthouse & Oil Seed Rape


Last light at Winterton dunes on the Norfolk Coast


Summer field near Repps With Bastwick, Norfolk


Weybourne Shingle Beach & Fishing Boats


For Sale. Beach huts at Wells


Morston Quay


Cromer Town reflecting in the wet sand at dusk


Oil Seed Rape on a windy day at Happisburgh


Stormy light looking towards the beach huts at Wells


Happisburgh Lighthouse


Wells Dunes


Weybourne, Norfolk Coast


Cromer Sunset


Happisburgh


Sunset at Winterton, Norfolk


You are probably getting board of Happisburgh by now but here is another, all taken on a number of different visits to get the Oil Rape Seed at different stages.


Norfolk Field near Repps With Bastwick


Winterton Dunes at last light


Wells Next The Sea


Winterton Light


Cromer Pier


Winterton Sunset


Stormy golden light over a freshly harvested barley field in Norfolk


Summer poppies near Burnham Market


Long exposure over the old pillbox on Horsey Dunes


Poppy field at Castle Acre in Norfolk


Sunset and golden light near Repps With Bastwick, Norfolk


Castle Acre Poppies


Poppy field just outside Burnham Market, North Norfolk


Horsey Dunes


Castle Acre


A rare opportunity to see St Benet’s Mill illuminated at night as part of a summer wedding on the Norfolk Broads

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3 thoughts on “All Quiet

  1. Outstanding, truly beautiful impressions of my beloved North Norfolk. You have captured the true spirit of the landscape and the seacape here, very weel done!
    Enjoy your weekend.
    Greetings from sunny Cley next the Sea
    Dina

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