The photographs in this gallery highlight some of the wonderful and varied landscapes that can be found in Britain. The first two images show farmland around Lea in Derbyshire. The third image shows a whale skull, all that is left of a Sperm Whale that was stranded on Terrington Marsh
The following photographs were all taken on the Norfolk (England) coast and feature some of the wading birds that use The Wash estuary and surrounding areas. The Wash is designated as a Special Protection Area due to its importance as a breeding, wintering and passage site for numerous species of
These photographs were taken at Hunstanton in Norfolk, on the east coast of England. Hunstanton’s west-facing beaches make it a fantastic location for photographing the sun setting over the water of the The Wash, the largest estuary in the UK. The cliffs at Old Hunstanton offer a glimpse into Norfolk’s
These photographs were taken on the east coast of Norfolk, England, mostly at Horsey. Grey Seals Halichoerus grypus are the more common of the two seal species that live around Britain; the other species being the Common Seal Phoca vitulina. About 50% of the world’s Grey Seals live around Britain’s coasts.