Autumn in Norfolk 2011

30th October 2011
I've just spent a week on the North Norfolk coast experiencing fine, dry, mild weather with winds from the SE. Whilst this wasn't the best conditions for falls of birds it was still very pleasant conditions for photographing typical Norfolk birds with the odd rarity thrown in. I've been visiting Norfolk for over twenty-five years and the birding opportunities are still first rate. I've seen many rarities in Norfolk over this period of time but it's the general, all-round birding which makes this a very special place. Everybody there understands and appreciates birds as opposed to other parts of the country where birding is seen as nerdy. I met some very nice people during my stay, freely exchanging birding information to our mutual advantage. I've put together a small portfolio of images from my time there.
Please see Norfolk Birds.