Stepping to the left hand side of these groynes (see earlier picture) you got quite a different photograph…mainly because you are shooting more into the sun.
These seals at Horsey Gap are really very lazy…sleep, sleep, sleep is all they seem to do…or is it?
I was in Norfolk for a couple of days over the weekend for our works Christmas do and actually managed to get up for sunrise! It always helps that I don’t sleep well in a new bed.
Anyhow, I was in Gorleston-on-Sea and had taken the trouble to look at a Google map of the area and had convinced myself I was in Lowestoft so I could shoot the pier…I wasn’t and I couldn’t!
So these groynes were the next best thing!
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I visited Horsey Gap in Norfolk on Saturday where there are over 1400 grey seal pubs…and their parents, gathered along the shore. It’s quite a sight.
So here’s a super cute shot of just one of them who had clearly had a busy day.
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Was working in Great Yarmouth so stopped off on the way home at Caister-on-Sea to photograph the sand-dunes with my infra-red camera.
It’s all been a bit quiet here since New Year’s Eve music extravaganza. After three years of consistent photography projects I decided I needed to take a year out to do some solid learning and recharge my batteries. Towards the end of the last 365 the quality had completely fallen away…to such an extent that I didn’t publish the last week or two’s pictures…