13 images from 2013

Here are my 13 favourite images from 2013.

2012-8690-2St Benet’s Drainage Mill at first light following winter snowfall

2012-8842The Hope Valley At Dawn in the Peak District

2012-1049Bacton Woods in Norfolk on a foggy morning

2013-8733Hickling Broad, Norfolk

2013-0035Thurne Drainage Mill on the Norfolk Broads

2013-2148Wells Next The Sea on the North Norfolk Coast

2013-2386Happisburgh Lighthouse & oil seed rape on the Norfolk Coast

2013-7641Harvest light at Repps in Norfolk

2013-8567Ten Stopper at Caister in Norfolk

2013-8711sCromer Pier at sunrise on the North Norfolk Coast

2013-0474Autumn Light in the Peak District National Park

2013-0883Autumn morning at Bacton Woods in Norfolk

2013-6489-2sDecember sunset on the Norfolk Broads

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20 thoughts on “13 images from 2013

  1. Absolutely gorgeous shots. It’s hard to choose a favorite but I think mine would be Cromer Pier at sunrise on the North Norfolk Coast. I’ve yet to try ND filters but I know I must if I want to take my photography to the next level. You definitely inspire me to do that; thanks so much for sharing these gorgeous photos!

  2. Great photos, all beautiful and each holds a special mood/emotion. I love the 10-stopper perhaps the best, as ND filters always create a more mystical side of water/landscapes for me.

  3. All are gorgeous. For me, the 2 that really stand out and touch a cord are 1. the one with the lighthouse in the distance and the last one – two boats together. The last one really reminds me of my camping expeditions with my wife and dog. All the best – look forward to seeing more

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