Big skies and still landscapes - check out these stunning photos of Norfolk

The big skies and still landscapes are what make Norfolk so special.

From a wherry passing through the Broads and a windmill standing tall, to the rugged coastline so flat and blue, it is hard not to be inspired.

For Broads photographer Stephen Mole, photographing the stunning landscape started as a hobby once he retired from the Civil Service.

And now he is showing his collection to the public in an exhibition at Fairhaven Woodland Garden in South Walsham.

Mr Mole, 61, of Ormesby, said: 'We get wonderful skies here in Norfolk. You get a special light here that you don't seem to get anywhere else in Britain.

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'I have always been interested in photography. It was something I developed more and more once I retired. I try not to up the saturation in colours on my photos; I like to think I reflect the atmosphere in Norfolk.

'Norfolk is truly a wonderful place to live and work, and I just hope that my photos do it the justice it deserves.

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'Many people come here to work or holiday, and often return to live. Norfolk has a magic that only those that have been will understand.'

His work, entitled 'Images of Norfolk', will be exhibited from Saturday until Sunday, November 29.

The garden is open daily, 10am to 4pm. There is wheelchair access throughout the garden, including a sensory garden. Visitors needing special facilities are advised to call in advance. Dogs are welcome on leads.

For more information, call 01603 270449, email or visit

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