Out of the Water
I am particularly fond of the subjects to be found in the creeks and harbours of North Norfolk. This image of a boat out of water was taken at Thornham and conveys much of the character of this area. I used my Canon EOS M with 18-55mm lens in auto landscape mode and handheld. ISO 100, f9, 1/125 sec.Photograph by Jim Laws.
Thornham is one of many small villages located on the North Norfolk coast. It can be found about 4 miles to the east of Hunstanton. As is common along this coast line the village is seperated from the sea by marsh land. The RSPB reserve of Titchwell is a further two miles along the coast to the east. Thornham was one of Norfolks villages to have its name given to a an inshore mine sweeper in the late 50’s.
We are still looking for members to our new Facebook Group, Norfolk Photography Group this will be open to anyone who has an interest in photography. There is no limitation of region, type of photography, ability of make of camera. The group will be open to comments , suggestions and constructive critique of images posted. We hope that this will be somewhere that members can post without feeling intimidated and provide a comfortable environment for all. Why not join us and add your views and images.
Photo of the Week
You can find this image and all previous images at our Photo Gallery. I need some more of your images please send them to me for inclusion in this regular post. If you can add a short description with the image all the better.