Derek Fogg | East Anglia
A great fractured maze of muddy creeks and forgotten islands in eastern Essex gives way to the largely unspoilt coastline of Suffolk and Norfolk with steep shingle terraces and low crumbling cliffs, a sign of constant battle with the sea. Inland is the Broads National Park Britain's magical waterland, a uniquely beautiful environment shaped by people working hand in hand with nature over thousands of years.
"Boardman's Mill""Trinty" - Tollesbury"No Admittance" - HappisburghBenacre Sands"Sheraton" - HunstantonBenacre BroadBrancaster Staithe HarbourBrograve MillCovehithe CliffsDefenceless - HappisburghHappisburgh LighthouseKessingland SandsHunstanton CliffsPaglesham PoolRiver StourScallopSea PallingShingle StreetSomething Old Something NewSt. Benet's Abbey