"Foxley Wood is Norfolk’s largest remaining ancient woodland. It was intensively coppiced in medieval times and, as well as hazel, it yielded other woodland products such as tree bark used in the tanning industry. The bluebells are so well known locally t
Norfolk-St Benet's Mill was a level drainage mill standing on Horning marshes on the opposite side of the River Thurne to the White Thurne drainage mill - the mill was originallly built around 1775 with common sails .
Hunstanton is the only part of the Norfolk coast that actually faces west. As a result it's always a little disorienting for us East Anglian photographers to be presented with beach features that are touched by light from the setting sun!