A selection of the great photos being taken around the county by EDP Norfolk readers
Our readers have been busy with their cameras!
PONY POSSE Rebecca McCree, Dereham
“These are wild ponies on Roydon Common near King’s Lynn. We often go there with our dog Boo. Although we have seen the ponies many times, we have never encountered them in this formation before, both as a herd and individually – standing at the highest point; it was a majestic and beautiful sight.”
GREEN DAY Martin Thirkettle, Blofield, Norwich
“The shades of green and the reflections in the water attracted me to this shot of a backwater at Ranworth when out on an evening dog walk. The Broads provide us with many off-beat photo opportunities as well as the more classic and traditional shots.”
MARY AGROUND Ryan Willson, Northamptonshire
Ryan Willson, who describes himself as new to photography, made the best of the hot spell recently on a walk along the coast at Cley and took some great photos, including this one of the Mary, grounded temporarily by the low tide.
END OF THE DAY Sue Crosby, Cremers Drift, Sheringham
“Looking out of my apartment window I just had to take a photograph of this amazing twilight cloud formation over the sea in Sheringham – the sky is quite magical – ever changing.”
BOW BENCH Ian Barratt, Essex
Boats both large and small at the north west Norfolk sailing mecca of Brancaster Staithe are more usually seen quietly bobbing on their moorings. Twice a day they may, of course, settle on the sand at low water. Few, however, are so usefully turned on their stern-end, sawn in half and then bolted onto a wooden seat like this old dinghy on the coastal path between the Staithe and Burnham Deepdale. An ingenious idea constructed, perhaps, by some thoughtful local and one that provides tired walkers with a welcome rest and perfect shelter, come rain or shine.