A magnificent seven of your best photos of (and from) Cromer

A 'crocodile' emerges from a pool on Cromer beach. Photo: Ann Fowler

A 'crocodile' emerges from a pool on Cromer beach. Photo: Ann Fowler - Credit: Archant

Your fantastic photos of Cromer keep coming to our Facebook group - and here is the latest selection.

A superb sky over Cromer. Photo: Judith Lock

A superb sky over Cromer. Photo: Judith Lock - Credit: Archant

They include an eerie image of what looks like a crocodile emerging from a pool on the beach. The snap was taken by Ann Fowler, who survived unscathed.

Regular contributor Jim Bamford posts loads of great images of the beach and the town, so we can bend the rules to allow a photo that doesn't feature Cromer. His amazing shot of the moon was taken from Cromer, though.

Judith Lock's photograph from Cromer Pier is an absolute beauty, with the church and the town skyline framed by the beginning of a colourful sunset.

? Keep you photos, stories, thoughts and reports coming by posting to our EnjoyCromerMore Facebook group. If you want to speak to a member of our news team, call 01263 513172 or email www.enjoycromermore.co.uk

Noah on the beach at Cromer. Photo: Andrea Ashman-Lee

Noah on the beach at Cromer. Photo: Andrea Ashman-Lee - Credit: Archant


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A wave thumps into Cromer prom. Photo: Amanda West

A wave thumps into Cromer prom. Photo: Amanda West - Credit: Archant

The waves break in unusual light at Cromer. Photo: Peter Chenery

The waves break in unusual light at Cromer. Photo: Peter Chenery - Credit: Archant

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