I am David Woodcock a Norfolk landscape photographer. My work normally takes me to within a 50 mile radius of Norwich so I also photograph landscapes in beautiful North Suffolk.
I shoot landscapes:-
- To sell as prints, canvas prints, framed prints and acrylics (wall art)
- To sell as low resolution digital images for my clients websites
- For personal use to hang as photographic wall art at home and in my studio.
Norfolk and Suffolk Landscape Photographer – Wall Art
Above is a small sample of my work. The images are sold without the watermark.
I use Photo4me to sell my landscapes as Wall Art
Photo4me are an excellent supplier supplying photographic wall art to their customers. They provide high quality products, a fast and efficient service and a 30 day 100% money back guarantee. Payments are made over a secure network and via PayPal. This enables me to spend time providing my other photographic services, knowing that Photo4me can reliably display my images on their website and quickly handle orders for products.
Their canvas prints are made of 100% polyester and ready to hang with pine frames.
Framed prints have a variety of wood finishes with acrylic glazing. The wood comes from sustainable sources.
Standard prints come with a choice of paper types.
Acrylics are 10mm think and come with wall fixings.
Do you have pleasant memories of Norfolk or North Suffolk? Then imagine having some of my landscape wall art hanging in your lounge, bedroom or office. Landscape wall art are also super gifts for special occasions such as birthdays, anniversaries, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and Christmas. You can view my wall art images for sale at Photo4me.
Please note that digital images for website use are purchased directly from me.
About Norfolk Landscape Photographer – David Woodcock
As a professional photographer I get to photograph lots of different subjects. I live just north of Norwich and have been photographing landscapes for around 30 years. Whenever weather conditions are at their best or worst, that is when I try to find some time to photograph the Norfolk and North Suffolk landscape.
Many of my shots are planned beforehand. When conditions are right I get to my location about 30 minutes before I intend to take the shot. If weather conditions change, a sunset does not develop or the lighting is not as I want it I go home and return at a later date. I keep a list of landscapes that I would like to photograph. So when conditions are right and I am travelling to or from clients I often spend some time taking landscape photographs.
I have thousands of photographs in stock so if you have a specific requirement it is always worth making an enquiry. A business customer on a portrait photo shoot recently asked me for six tree shots to put on his website. I was able to provide him with a variety of trees covering all of the seasons. On receiving the images he sent an email stating “WOW”.
My plan over the winter period is to add more images to this website page and on my Photo4me page.
Norfolk is a large county on the east coast of England. It is well known for being flat and consequently for it’s panoramic skies. However the county’s reputation for being flat is somewhat exaggerated. If you have never visited Norfolk you will probably be surprised to find that much of the county is a gentle undulating landscape.
In some areas of Norfolk the soil is dry and sandy. This consequently results in high temperatures by day and cool temperatures by night. Places such as Santon Downham in Breckland often record the highest and lowest temperatures of the county during the day. Due to the poor soil the surrounding pine woodland is often stunted and twisted in its growth.
Elsewhere in the county there is some of the wettest and richest land in England. This is ideal for agriculture. Agriculture and tourism are two areas where the County thrives. To the east is the Broads, an area of rivers, man made lakes and marshes. It has National Park status. Here the landscape is quite flat. With 125 miles of lock free navigable waterways the area is a great place to enjoy a holiday by hiring a boat.
As a consequence of the different soil types the landscape, habitats and wildlife in Norfolk are diverse. Norfolk has beautiful woodlands and a long coast with cliffs and wide sandy beaches. There are areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty plus the beautiful City of Norwich.
Many of the churches in Norfolk are made from local flint. Some have square towers and some are round. Did you know that Norfolk has 124 out of the 185 round tower churches in the country?
Norfolk Landscape Photographer Slideshow
To see the scenery that Norfolk has to offer please view my short slideshow below. Click on the play button (small triangle bottom left on the image below) and move your cursor off the video to play it full size.
Towns and Villages in Norfolk
If you would like to know more about the major towns and villages in Norfolk and see images, click on the links below:-
- Great Yarmouth
- Hoveton / Wroxham
- North Walsham
- Wells Next The Sea
About the City of Norwich
Situated on the River Wensum and with a population of over 200,000 people is the City of Norwich, the capital of the County of Norfolk. The City has a Norman castle, two cathedrals, cobbled streets (such as Elm Hill) a vibrant shopping area with two shopping malls (Chapelfield and Castle Mall), a famous provision market and lots of independent shops in the Lanes.
The provision market is dominated by City Hall a 1930’s Art Deco style of building with a clock tower that accommodates staff working for Norwich City Council. Also nearby is the Guild Hall and the lovely Royal Arcarde with independent shops, that is really an early version of what we now call a shopping mall.
Norwich also has lots of fine architecture and public parks. There are also lots of museums, churches and pubs to visit. Much of the City is pedestrianised and consequently there is little traffic. Car parking in the City is quite expensive. I recommend using park and ride from the outskirts of the City. It is reasonably priced and the buses operate on a regular basis.
If you have never been to Norwich it is well worth a visit. With a bus and train station there is easy public transport into and out of Norwich.
Suffolk is on the east coast of England south of the county of Norfolk. The Suffolk coast has cliffs and wide sandy and shingle beaches plus ancient heaths. Suffolk is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. To the north of the county of Suffolk is the Broads.
I love visiting Southwold famous for it’s coloured beach huts, lighthouse and pier. There a special old world charm about Southwold. If you like drinking beer then you must try the local brews from the Adnams Brewery. The walk north to Covehithe with it’s golden cliffs is also a real treat. To the south is Walberswick another charming beach and a place that is much quieter than Southwold on a hot summers day.
Dunwich Heath with it’s purple flowering heather and yellow gorse is also another treat. It is also a great place to eat freshly caught fish and chips. Much of the old village of Dunwich is now under the sea. It is area where there is much erosion and the landscape is always changing.
If you are interested in seeing what scenery Suffolk has to offer please view my short slideshow below. Click on the play button (small triangle bottom left on the image below) and move your cursor off the video to play it full size.
Towns and Villages in Suffolk
If you would like to know more about the major towns and villages in North Suffolk and see images, click on the links below:-
Norfolk Landscape Photographer – Get In Touch
If you have a special location or landmark in Norfolk and Suffolk that you would like to see for sale as wall art please let me know? If you have any other needs for local landscape images please get in touch.
Tel: 01603 402015 | Mobile: 07933 070381
Email: Click Contact on the top menu bar.