At this time of year I make the most of the quieter season and get out on the beautiful North Norfolk coast camera in hand and see what I can photograph….today I headed off to Happisburgh, lovely to see a bit of sunshine again after what seems like weeks of greyness. Love the shapes the dilapidated sea defences make against the skyline. Someone has pointed out that the second shot resembles a Dali painting, I hadn’t noticed it at the time but the more I look at it the more Dali it becomes!
Later on I took a stroll along the cliffs and spent an enjoyable coupe of hours stood about in the dark, camera on tripod shooting 60 second to 4 minute exposures and doing some ‘painting with light’ (using a torch to pick out certain elements of the shot as seen with the coastguard hut shot). This is what a photographer does for fun! Enjoy….