Norfolk coastal landscapes
by Jeremy Webb
About the Book
This book shows a series of over 100 colour coastal landscape photographs from Webbs 15-year-long project to document the changing landscape of the Norfolk Coastline. Neither romantic “Poppyland” nor dry documentary, the images instead reflect an idiosyncratic view of the landscape and often respond to the eccentric or the unusual, where the natural world and the manmade environments collide.
The images from this project are being shown for the first time and represent a small extract from a much larger archive which has grown over time to encompass the entire coastline of Norfolk – from Heacham and its west-facing coastline right the way round to Hopton on the east coast, just above Lowestoft on the Norfolk/Suffolk border; the most easterly point of the British Isles. The publication of this book accompanies an exhibition featuring 33 prints, many of which are for sale as editioned and uneditioned prints. Contact the author at www.jeremywebbphotography.com for further details and availability.
Features & Details
- Category Fine Art Photography
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date Aug 20, 2013
- Tags climate change, sea, north, anglia, east, photography, landscape, norfolk, coast, coastal, seaside, beach, environmental, environment, documentary, spindrift, waves, sand, water, seascape, tidal, tide, weather, england