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Gilbert and George, an Elk and a rather good steak.

Whenever I enter The Gunton Arms I feel as if I am arriving at a party just at the right moment.  It’s in full swing.  The waiting staff are relaxed and efficient, cool and in control.   661 more words

Eating

North Norfolk: a different perspective

Most would think it improbable that the North Norfolk coast could be visible from Parts of Holland, or Gibraltar Point.  The reality is that Hunstanton, and its carrstone cliffs, are definitely a vision to behold from these places, on a clear day, even when viewed with the naked eye. 153 more words

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The Fring harbour oyster trader

circa 700 AD

The Saxon boatman had plied his trade for decades.  His flat bottomed punt with its square cut bow, was ideally suited to the shallow chalk river.  279 more words

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North Norfolk Eating

You can go to some places in the UK and ‘gluten free’ is a term barely heard of, while other areas have embraced it in the most surprising way. 433 more words

Sustainability …

A Morning, normal for our Norfolk
Sleepily stretching on bookshelf 3 and 4 we hear our postman. No!, not Pat who delivers huge ice cubes or a cow, but Talkative Tony who tightens the screws of the steam engine running tourist up and down the Poppy-Line. 365 more words

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Burnham Overy Staithe at high tide.

Got my feet a bit wet with this shot. I haven’t seen a tide this high before at Burnham. 8 more words

Landscape Photography