Sarlat-la-Canéda, Dordogne, France
Triptych of images from trip to the Dordogne
After some trial and error, I discovered that the optimim exposure time for this shot was just under 4 minutes. This allowed for the ebbing sea to appear a milky white and the clouds streak through the frame
This photograph was taken in the forest at Wells-next-the-sea, Norfolk. What a gorgeous view, looking out through the beach huts towards the beach and sea, I bet it's a lovely experience holidaying in one of those.
I got very wet capturing this image as the tide comes in so quickly, caught me a bit off guard. Set the shot up over a 5 minute exposure and by the time the 5 minutes was up the rock I was perched on was totally submerged. Had to walk back to the beach upto my thighs in water avoiding all the hidden bolders in my path. Photo taken at Hunstanton, on the Norfolk Coast.
4 minute long exposure of the City of London, image taken from Tower Bridge at 6am, showing the River Thames, The Shard and City Hall.
Pyramid of the Sea
Some of the remains of the old coal powered power station at Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, UK, which was demolished in 1997
Black and white fine art photo, illustrating the vastness of the North Norfolk coast and massive open sky. Image of the sand dunes and beaches at Wells-next-the-sea
A lone street light refuses to bend to the will of the ocean, photo taken at Cromer during the December 2013 tidal surge.
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From Norfolk Coast Gallery