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Norfolk

John Edwards | Piecemaker

Piecemaker

An Old Hunstanton beach hut, Norfolk, UK
John Edwards | Gathering Storm

Gathering Storm

A photograph of storm clouds over the beach huts at Old Hunstanton, Norfolk, UK. The image has an Orton effect applied which blends two completely different photos of the same scene, resulting in a distinctive mix of high and low detail areas within the same photo.
John Edwards | Hunstanton Lighthouse, Norfolk, UK

Hunstanton Lighthouse, Norfolk, UK

Lighthouse Close and the lighthouse at Hunstanton, Norfolk. The present lighthouse was built in 1840 and ceased operations in 1922, since when it has been a private residence and a holiday let. A lighthouse has been on the site since 1665 and the worlds first parabolic reflector was built there in 1776.
John Edwards | Brancaster Beach, North Norfolk

Brancaster Beach, North Norfolk

Beautiful Brancaster beach in North Norfolk. Taken from the beach near the Royal West Norfolk Golf Club and looking towards RSPB Titchwell.
John Edwards | Inlet, Holme Dunes, Norfolk

Inlet, Holme Dunes, Norfolk

Looking over Marram Grass at Holme Dunes near the site of Seahenge, Holme-next-the-Sea, North Norfolk.
John Edwards | Beach Huts at Old Hunstanton, Norfolk

Beach Huts at Old Hunstanton, Norfolk

A row of beach huts at Old Hunstanton, Norfolk, England. The photograph has had an Orton effect applied which gives a painterly feel to the image.
John Edwards | The Blue Hut

The Blue Hut

A blue beach hut and Marram grass, Old Hunstanton, North Norfolk
John Edwards | Marram

Marram

European marram grass (Ammophila arenaria) growing on the sand dunes at Old Hunstanton in North Norfolk.
John Edwards | Sentinel

Sentinel

A lone beach hut looks out from the North Norfolk coast over The Wash towards Lincolnshire
John Edwards | Lighthouse and Chapel, Old Hunstanton

Lighthouse and Chapel, Old Hunstanton

Old Hunstanton Lighthouse seen through the ruins of St Edmunds Chapel, Norfolk, UK
John Edwards | Whitby Crest at Brancaster Staithe, Norfolk

Whitby Crest at Brancaster Staithe, Norfolk

The Whitby Crest at Brancaster Staithe, Norfolk. She is used, by a local fisherman, for fishing for lobsters and crabs.
John Edwards | Harbour, Wells-next-the-sea, North Norfolk

Harbour, Wells-next-the-sea, North Norfolk

Harbour scene at Wells-next-the-sea, North Norfolk, England
John Edwards | Pollywiggle, Brancaster Staithe

Pollywiggle, Brancaster Staithe

Early morning on a fine and calm day at Brancaster Staithe, Norfolk, UK.
John Edwards | Reflections at Brancaster Staithe

Reflections at Brancaster Staithe

Early morning on a fine and calm day at Brancaster Staithe, North Norfolk, UK
John Edwards | Thornham Creeks

Thornham Creeks

Creeks draining the salt marsh and flowing into the sea at Thornham Staithe in North Norfolk, England. The creeks were used many years ago by smugglers bringing contraband into the country.
John Edwards | A walk through the pines

A walk through the pines

A trail through the woodland at Sandringham, Norfolk, England. Sandringham House is the private home of Queen Elizabeth II; and her father, George VI, and grandfather, George V, both died there. The house stands in a 20,000-acre (8,100 ha) estate in the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The photography has texture overlays and an Orton effect applied to give a painterly feel.
John Edwards | Sandringham Rays

Sandringham Rays

Crepuscular rays light up a woodland trail at Sandringham, Norfolk, England. Sandringham House is the private home of Queen Elizabeth II; and her father, George VI, and grandfather, George V, both died there. The house stands in a 20,000-acre (8,100 ha) estate in the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The photography has texture overlays (my own textures) and an Orton effect applied to give a painterly feel.
John Edwards | Three in a row

Three in a row

Three beach huts in a row at Old Hunstanton, Norfolk, England.
John Edwards | Low Tide on The Wash

Low Tide on The Wash

Old Hunstanton beach and The Wash at low tide taken from Hunstanton Cliffs in North Norfolk. Cockle pickers can be see working the foreshore and in the distance the Lincolnshire coast can be seen on the horizon with the seaside town of Skegness in the centre of the photograph. Also visible on the horizon are Lynn and Inner Dowsing Wind Farms.
John Edwards | Brancaster Staithe Reflections

Brancaster Staithe Reflections

Early morning on a fine and calm day at Brancaster Staithe, North Norfolk, UK
John Edwards | Quayside, King's Lynn

Quayside, King's Lynn

A digital oil painting effect on a HDR photograph of the quayside at King's Lynn, Norfolk looking downstream towards The Wash.
John Edwards | The Custom House

The Custom House

A digital painting of The Custom House at Purfleet Quay, King’s Lynn. It is one of the town's most iconic landmarks. Designed by architect Henry Bell it was built by Sir John Turner in 1683 and was described by architect Nikolaus Pevsner as one of the most perfect buildings ever built. One of my own photographs was used as the source image for the painting.
John Edwards | Old Hunstanton village sign

Old Hunstanton village sign

The village sign at Old Hunstanton, Norfolk. Many villages in England have an ornamental sign announcing the name of the village and depicting a scene from the village’s history. The practice is believed to have started in Norfolk around Sandringham early in the 20th century and later became more widespread.
John Edwards | Rising Tide, Thornham Staithe, Norfolk

Rising Tide, Thornham Staithe, Norfolk

A rising tide on a creek flowing through the salt marsh at Thornham Staithe, North Norfolk
John Edwards | Beach Huts at Wells-next-the-Sea

Beach Huts at Wells-next-the-Sea

A digital painting of a row of beach huts on the beautiful beach at Wells-next-the-Sea, North Norfolk, England
John Edwards | The Wreck of the Sheraton

The Wreck of the Sheraton

Built in 1907, the Sheraton started life as a trawler but was later used as a Radar Ship. Later in her life she was moored on the Lincolnshire side of the Wash to be used as a target ship. In 1947 she broke free from her mooring in a gale and drifted on to the beach at Hunstanton. The ship was sold to scrap dealers and now only a section of the hull remains.
John Edwards | St Lawrence Church, Castle Rising, Norfolk

St Lawrence Church, Castle Rising, Norfolk

A photograph, with texture overlays, of the beautiful 12th Century Norman Church of St Lawrence in Castle Rising, Norfolk, England. This image may not be suitable for a canvas wrap. Texture files used are my own work.
John Edwards | St Lawrence Church, Castle Rising

St Lawrence Church, Castle Rising

A photograph, with texture overlays, of the beautiful 12th Century Norman Church of St Lawrence in Castle Rising, Norfolk, England. Texture files used are my own work.
John Edwards | Beach Huts at Old Hunstanton

Beach Huts at Old Hunstanton

A row of beach huts at Old Hunstanton, Norfolk, England
John Edwards | Kings Lynn Corn Exchange

Kings Lynn Corn Exchange

An architectural style sketch of the Corn Exchange in King’s Lynn. Originally built in 1854 the hall was a simple brick rectangle with a glazed roof supported by delicate wrought-iron trusses.  After falling into disrepair the building was refurbished and reopened in 1996 as an entertainment venue.
John Edwards | Weathered

Weathered

A weathered clinker built boat at Thornham, Norfolk, England, UK
John Edwards | North Beach, Heacham, Norfolk

North Beach, Heacham, Norfolk

A view along the promenade at North Beach, Heacham, Norfolk, UK
John Edwards | Clinker Built

Clinker Built

A clinker built boat that has seen better days. Thornham Staithe, North Norfolk, England, UK
John Edwards | Brancaster Beach

Brancaster Beach

Beautiful Brancaster Beach and the Royal West Norfolk Golf Club, Brancaster, Norfolk, UK.
John Edwards | Two beach huts at Old Hunstanton

Two beach huts at Old Hunstanton

Two beach huts at Old Hunstanton, Norfolk, UK
John Edwards | The Coal Barn at Thornham Staithe

The Coal Barn at Thornham Staithe

An iconic building, much photographed and the subject of countless paintings, the Coal barn sits alone adjacent to the beautiful marshes and creeks in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty at Thornham Staithe in North Norfolk. This image is a composite of traditional and digital watercolour and sketch elements.
John Edwards | The Boat and Coal Barn at Thornham Staithe

The Boat and Coal Barn at Thornham Staithe

An iconic building, much photographed and the subject of countless paintings, the Coal barn sits alone adjacent to the beautiful marshes and creeks in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
John Edwards | Brancaster Beach

Brancaster Beach

Brancaster Beach on a beautiful mid December morning. The roof of the Royal West Norfolk Golf Club buidings can be seen through the marram grass. Brancaster, Norfolk, UK.
John Edwards | Thornham Staithe Norfolk UK

Thornham Staithe Norfolk UK

Thornham creek, saltmarsh and moored boats, Norfolk, England, UK
John Edwards | Coal Barn, Thornham Staithe

Coal Barn, Thornham Staithe

An iconic building, much photographed and the subject of countless paintings, the Coal barn sits alone adjacent to the beautiful marshes and creeks in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
John Edwards | Historic Queen Street, King's Lynn

Historic Queen Street, King's Lynn

An architectural style sketch of Queen Street in King’s Lynn. One of the original streets in King's Lynn, some of the buildings date back to the 13th Century.