A Photographic Snapshot of Norfolk
There is something uniquely special about Norfolk, the “Land of the Big Skies & Wide Horizons”.
It is not only the big panoramic landscapes and the vastness of the skies, but particularly the quality of the light that makes Norfolk so breathtaking.
Artists and photographers try to capture that moment in time where the light is so perfect on the coast, where the sky meets the sea – or where the light is reflected on the tranquil waters of the Broads. We have some extremely talented photographers in Norfolk and here we have just a snapshot from one of them, Paul Macro.
Here I have chosen six photographs I personally love for the way the capture the essence of what makes Norfolk so special.
Sun setting behind Cromer Pier
Lifeboat at Sea Palling
Brancaster Beach, North Norfolk
Sunset at Happisburgh beach
Turf Fen Windmill at How Hill
Iconic Happisburgh Lighthouse
You can see more of Paul’s work on his website at: paulmacrolandscapes.com →
If you want to take some memories of Norfolk home with you, Paul also does a range of calendars of Norfolk scenes with each sale raising money for local charities.
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