If you go down to the woods today… (Pictures of the week)

Autumn colours this week were just too good to miss in Holt Country Park. But it has also been a week when I fancied having a little experiment or two – nothing too… Continue reading

Youth Regatta is Special

Someone did remark last week that there had been no blog yet on the Youth Regatta. That’s true, but the photographs are on the website and there have been a goodly number of… Continue reading

Down at the Forge

This week a cracking opportunity to see a blacksmith at work. Now I don’t know about you but for me blacksmiths were always big bulky red faced guys with sonorous voices arms and… Continue reading

Oh What a Lovely War

Thank goodness for the forties weekend on the North Norfolk coast. It reassures us that the summer is not quite over. It is a chance to celebrate something, a chance to dress up… Continue reading

Pictures at an Exhibition

Probably not what Mussorgsky had in mind but for those who have not yet visited the exhibition at the St Edmund’s Gallery at Burnham Market you are missing a treat. Not one but… Continue reading

What a mixture

For years I have been promising myself a visit to the Great Yarmouth Maritime Festival. The title promised much and the antics of Radio Norfolk to promote the event certainly added artistic verisimilitude.… Continue reading

Maybe not what we came for (Picture of the week)

Regatta this year was a much more docile affair than of late. At the start of each day Barton Broad was virtually windless and the crews struggled to get any movement out of… Continue reading

Being in the right place (Pictures of the week)

By popular demand I am publishing a series of photographs taken earlier in the season. It’s more a creation of the week rather than a picture of the week PLEASE BE PATIENT IT… Continue reading

Whatever keeps you happy

Having studied photography for three years, albeit in a fairly amateurish way, I would have to admit that I am no nearer knowing what makes a good photograph than when I started. What… Continue reading

Pictures of the Week (Featuring the photographs of James Arthur)

James Arthur: is a retired civil engineer with an interest in photography going back to childhood.  He moved to Barton Turf in 2013 after a working lifetime which took him to over 60 countries.  He most enjoys… Continue reading