norfolk

My England

My England is green and pleasant. In my mind’s eye, the countryside is green and rolling, with occasional villages surrounding leafy, oaked cricket pitches or busy duck ponds. The lanes of my youth lead past scattering pheasants and floral hedgerows which echo the sound of a slightly ropey semi-classic British sports car. Towns are timbered and… (Read More)

Didlington Hall estate, Norfolk

The church of St. Michael, on the private ground of the Didlington Hall estate, west of Swaffham in Norfolk, England.

Get Shorty

A gallery of images from my journey to the U.K. and back, to collect Jo in 2006 and bring her back to live with me in Switzerland.

Permanent Tourist 2010 Calendar

It’s been a hectic week and weekend, hence the delay in posting that I’ve released my 2010 calendar.

A Light In The Darkness

We drove around back streets before asking a local for directions to the cliff-top lighthouse above Cromer, on the north coast of Norfolk. Against advice, we bumped up a narrow track to a small clearing, gained grudging permission from the lighthouse keepers to park the car, and set out through the drizzle to photograph the… (Read More)

Thurne Dyke

Leaving the car parked in mud, we walked a little way along the side of a narrow dyke to a main water way in the Norfolk Broads. As I was scouting the best place from which to shoot this, the Thurne Dyke wind pump, we found a large rabbit stumbling along, almost overcome by myxomatosis.… (Read More)