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Photographer Simon Bratt’s work goes on show in King’s Lynn

The supermoon over King's Lynn's waterfront. Picture: Simon Bratt

The supermoon over King's Lynn's waterfront. Picture: Simon Bratt

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He’s only lived in Norfolk for a year. But Simon Bratt has already captured some of its magic with his camera.

Cromer Pier Pavilion at night. Picture: Simon BrattCromer Pier Pavilion at night. Picture: Simon Bratt

His work is going on show for the first time at King’s Lynn Custom House from Friday, December 1.

“Having lived through one year’s seasons, fully immersed in Norfolk life, it has not disappointed one iota, and we love it here,” he said. “I love the distant views that hedge-free arable farming allows and the endless and ever-changing big skies. The numerous vast swathes of golden sandy beaches are breathtaking.

“Each day begins with a sense of adventure and impatience as I spend time researching, location planning and shortlisting where to explore to best capture the essence of Norfolk in photography.”

Norfolks wild hare peeking above the crop field looking at the camera close up. Picture: Simon BrattNorfolks wild hare peeking above the crop field looking at the camera close up. Picture: Simon Bratt

The Custom House is open Monday to Saturday 10:30am to 3:30pm and Sunday noon to 3:30pm. It will be closed on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and Boxing Day, and New Year’s Day.

Victorian historic shelter by the sea during sunset with pink skies at Sheringham. Picture: Simon BrattVictorian historic shelter by the sea during sunset with pink skies at Sheringham. Picture: Simon Bratt


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