Cromer showcase for talented photographer Bruce
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He describes himself as 'a local man who has always enjoyed taking snaps'.
Now stunning images captured on camera by Bruce Page are enjoying a wider audience in Cromer.
A selection of Mr Page's photographs are currently adorning the walls of the Old Rock Shop Bistro on Hamilton Road.
Local landmarks mingle with scenes from Scotland where Mr Page recently attended a workshop led by his former tutor Andrew Midgley.
Mr Page, who works at an estate agent's in Cromer, said: 'It is just about keeping the camera to hand and occasionally getting lucky on timing and location.
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'I have so very much still to learn, but every so often I am lucky enough to get a decent image.'
Prints are available for purchase priced £45 which will include a donation to Cromer and District Foodbank.
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Raffle tickets are also being sold at Old Rock Shop Bistro to win one of the photos with all proceeds donated to the foodbank.