Photographer’s views of the north Norfolk coast to go on show in Cley
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Living near the north Norfolk coast is a daily inspiration for landscape photographer Paul Burnham whose work will be exhibited in Cley next month.
Mr Burnham served an apprenticeship in photography using film and chemicals but now uses digital cameras.
He also worked in wildlife conservation and a percentage of the sales from his show at the Norfolk Wildlife Trust (NWT) visitor centre will benefit the trust's nature reserves.
He said: 'Living near the coast influences my work, with weather and light constantly changing, transforming landscapes into unique ephemeral images. It is these special moments in time I try to capture.'
He works mainly in black and white and the exhibition Land Sea & Skyscapes includes many local scenes. The exhibition runs from September 20 to October 3, from 10am-5pm, admission free, 01263 740008, NWT Cley Marshes was bought in 1926 to be held 'in perpetuity as a bird breeding sanctuary'.