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Located in the east of the UK, Norfolk is famous for its Broads - a series of manmade waterways stretching over 125 miles, which have been used for boating holidays since the late 19th century. For landscape photographers like me, these waterways offer an exciting variety of locations in which to explore and photograph. Adding interest are occassional windmills and moored sailing boats adding valuable height to an otherwise flat(ish) landscape.

Norfolk's coast is equally photogenic with plenty of architecture such as piers, groynes and lighthouses to create foreground and mid-ground interest. Due to the flat terrain, skies play an important role in adding drama to a scene and skies here can be stunning!