Norfolk in England has a varied coastline that has once again been awarded as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Helen Storer Photography will support you in exploring the vast beaches, rugged marshes and local wildlife that earned the coast its title. Each port of call along the coast awaits the artistic photographer. The Norfolk coastal landscape stretches for 90 miles (93 when the tide is out). Standing on Norfolk’s beaches more often than not we find space, freedom, autonomy.
To the west of the coastline, erosion on the beach at Holme and Thornham at the turn of the century uncovered Seahenge, a cryptic circle of oaks erected in the bronze age, possibly for funeral rites. These ancient marks, and the uncertainty around them, challenge and thrill us. And then central along the Norfolk coastline is Cromer, a Victorian seaside resort with a splendid pier and old-fashioned amusements.
We will start our day at Morston Quay and finish at Thornham, except for summer workshops in May, June and July when we will usually start at Morston and finish at Cromer Pier for a sunset.
This photo tour is suitable for all levels of photographers.
• Opportunity for constructive feedback post workshop for up to 3 images
• Full public liability Insurance
• Price £165pp inclusive of traditional English high tea and transport for the duration of the day
We run monthly workshops throughout the year, see website for full details and dates.