Cromer Pier, Norfolk. A place very close to my heart.

Cromer is a largely unremarkable English seaside town, famous for its crabs but not a lot else. Chris Warren’s picture, looking down Jetty Street towards the open sea gives this ‘gem of the Norfolk Coast’ an exotic, almost Mediterranean air. The sky is unusually blue, the North Sea even more so and the light catching the jettied upper floors of the houses adds a warmth not always associated with this stretch of coastline | From 4cornersimages.com

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Sheringham beach, Norfolk

Down to the Beach.. Wells, Norfolk, UK

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Blakeney Point, Norfolk. I could be on the Great Barrier Reef!; location in 'The Wild Places' by Robert Macfarlane

~ Royal Arcade ~ Norwich ~ England ~ life without malls is nicer ~

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Little Walsingham Medieval Streets, Norfolk, England. In medieval times, Walsingham was one of the most important pilgrimage sites in the world and a rival even to Rome. That changed after the reformation, but a revival during the 19th century has put Walsingham back on the pilgrimage map. More info here

Cromer seafront, Norfolk , UK by Baz Richardson. The 14th century church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul. The church has a tower of over 160ft and is the highest in Norfolk and serves as a landmark for shipping

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Boat trip to see the seal pups is a must when visiting Norfolk

Cromer, Norfolk, UK Visit www.exploreuktravel.co.uk for holidays in England

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