Back to Happisburgh

It’s been a while since I last made any images at Happisburgh, Norfolk.
The old sea defenses used to make very nice subjects, but since they were taken away I’ve not visited many times.
However, the latest storm to hit this region has torn into the remaining sea defenses, which were until now largely intact, making them much more interesting (at least from a landscape photographers point of view).

The shattered sea defences at Happisburgh Norfolk.

Looking along the beach at dawn at Happisburgh in Norfolk England.

The line of wooden sea defences at sunrise on the Norfolk coast.

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3 Responses to Back to Happisburgh

  1. Three lovely images of which the middle one is the crowning glory for me. I have never been on Happisburgh beach; I can see I shall have to address that.

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