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Good Morning Everyone,

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I am going to show you two different aspects of Norfolk.

I don't think there is any precedence in the photographs but each gives a different impression.

I chose this as the main post because it shows the wild beauty of the cliff tops. When we took this walk, it was an exhilarating experience.
It also shows a problem that is causing great concern. In the distance, you can see how close the footpath is to the edge of the cliff and the problem is getting worse.
"The coastline has moved around 12 miles in the last 10,000 years and currently retreats at an average of up to two metres a year".

My workshop photograph shows a view of the sea, taken from the steam train window as we were passing Weybourne. The view is completely different from my main post, it doesn't create concern, just a beautiful view of the countryside and coast.

Food for thought!

Thank you for your interest, Bev :-)

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