A visit to the North Norfolk Coast
|Alone on the shore|
My blog has been a little quiet in recent weeks, principally for the reason that we had a two week family holiday in the pretty little village of Weybourne on the North Norfolk Coast in October. We were very fortunate with the weather, it was very relaxing and a great area for some photography. In fact everything you could want from time away from work.
No sooner had we returned from Norfolk and my wife and I went to Bath in Somerset for an ABC of Camerawork course with Andy Beel FRPS. It goes without saying that the combination of these two trips means that I have lot of images to edit and process, some of which will appear on this blog in the weeks ahead. The fact that the clocks have now gone back also means that I can spend a little more time in front of a screen post processing, updating my website – www.alanfrostphotography.co.uk and of course ‘blogging’!
For the time being I hope you like the photograph at the top of this entry, which I have called ‘Alone on the shore’. It was taken late in the day and is an image of the shingle beach at Weybourne. I never did discover the purpose of the trailer hut, but it never moved from the day we arrived to the day we left. I can only assume it is used by the fishermen, who have their boats and tractors on the shingle bank nearby.
I am already working on my next entry which will be about our day in Bath with Andy Beel. I hope to post it in a few days time. Until then, thanks for visiting my blog and your comments are always welcome.
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