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Norfolk Wall Art Gallery
Landscapes in a room setting
You can use framed landscape photographs to improve and enhance your home.
About the Norfolk Landscape
1. Norfolk habitats are ideal for creating Wall Art
As a professional landscape photographer, I photograph lots of different subjects. Whenever weather conditions are at their best or worst, that is when I try to find some time to photograph the countryside.
Many of my shots are planned beforehand. I keep a list of subjects that I would like to photograph. 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.
There are so many locations to visit that are local to me. So my plan is to visit the places on my list when weather conditions are at their best.
As a consequence of the different soil types the habitats and wildlife in Norfolk are diverse. I particularly love photographing the Norfolk coast. Norfolk has a long coast with cliffs and wide sandy beaches. There are also beautiful woodlands, areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the beautiful City of Norwich. These habitats attract holiday makers, walkers, boating types and a multitude of birds.
The County also has 124 flint round tower churches. That is an amazing statistic given there are only 185 surviving examples in the whole Country.
2. Places To Visit in Norfolk
Norfolk is a large county that juts out out into the North Sea, 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.
Norfolk has the most fantastic beaches with miles of golden sand where you can normally get away from the crowds. They are also some of the best places for landscape photography.
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 just over the Norfolk border in Suffolk, 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 of Norfolk 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. With 125 miles of lock free navigable waterways the area is a great place to enjoy a holiday by hiring a boat.
3. Towns and Villages in Norfolk
Towns are some of the best places for landscape photography. If you would like to see images and learn more about the major towns and villages in Norfolk, click on the links below:-