Monday, 15 August 2011

Norfolk beach inspiration

This beach is so amazing - it just never looks the same. The groynes are differently decorated each day, and in the sand you can find all kind of treasures, including lovely flintstones with holes or even fossils.





12 comments:

Lynn said...

I wish I had a place like that nearby. What a wonderful, constant source of inspiration indeed!

Sue said...

Lynn, your place is not bad either.I remember it quite well, the mountains, the nearby lakes... and lots of art events going on. But you're right - and it's so alive because it changes constantly.

Gaby Bee said...

Ich hätte auch gerne einen Strand in der Nähe...Treibholz, Muscheln, Seeglas, wunderbare Steine. Davon könnte ich nicht genug kriegen:)

Ich wünsche dir ein wunderschönes Wochenende!

Gaby xo

layers said...

I too love the beach.. I actually live above a beach on a cliff but our water is not the ocean ... it is the Puget Sound in the Pacific NW and I miss the waves of the ocean.. your close up images are stunning.

Taluula said...

Hi Sue, come join us at the Three Muses for a challenge any time. You will be welcome.

Judy said...

What a beautiful place to live, Sue, although from the UK many years ago, I had never visited Norfolk, I have missed out on a real gem!
Love your art & photography, thank you for following my blog,too!

bockel24 said...

Fantastische Fotos und überhaupt ein toller Blog! Schön, Dich gefunden zu haben!

Sue said...

Gaby, Donna, Taluula, Judy & Bockel - thank you for the nice comments. Yes, this part of Norfolk is a real gem. Come over!

ArtPropelled said...

I too wish we had a place like this nearby. Your photos are beautiful!

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

beautiful photos!

Stephanie Hoff Clayton said...

Your beach photographs are beautiful!
Living near the sea is a blessing. I am very fortunate in that regard; seems you are as well.

nuvofelt said...

These photographs are truly inspirational. I found your blog via http://artistsjournal.wordpress.com

I'll be back!