Sky Scribbling at New Year

Cromer again held its New Tear firework display – perhaps not as spectacular as the one in London the night before, but good enough to bring thousands of visitors in to the town… Continue reading

You ought to be able to get tablets for this sort of thing

Don’t get me wrong – I am as partial to a dip in the sea as the next person – preferably the Med or the Blue Lagoon in the Bahamas – but Cromer… Continue reading

Retro Window Shopping

This week is a bit like last week’s offering – except this week I went window shopping with a camera. It wasn’t so much the things in the shops that I was after.… Continue reading

Bending the Light

I used to think that light travelled in a straight line. You too eh! Well it sort of does, I suppose – that is until you visit the tunnel of light in Norwich… Continue reading

Not looking forward to Christmas

I’ve never asked turkeys what they think about Christmas. I strongly suspect that they might just vote for the abolition of the festival – especially in the UK. Despite all the vegetarians, vegans… Continue reading

Keep eating and talk about sailing

It is sometimes said by unkind people that the Norfolk Punt Club ought to be renamed the Norfolk Picnic Club. This is a gross misrepresentation of the aims of the organisation and the… Continue reading

It’s not the walk out that’s the problem, it’s the trudge home in the dark

On the right evening when the clouds clear and the sun sets over the Wash, Snettisham on the North Norfolk coast must be one of the best places in the UK to see… Continue reading

I know it’s early – but who cares?

Looking round at the news headlines there’s quite a lot to be depressed about in the Uk at the moment. This week Holt in Norfolk decided that it would give the local people… Continue reading

Moving into print

It’s not very often that I feature photographs that I have taken with a photographic society, but this week I thought it would be an opportunity to use some of the shots I… Continue reading

Secret Places

Welcome to Holt Hall – very early in the morning before most people are about. It is not somewhere the public are usually allowed to go. The Hall and the grounds are owned… Continue reading