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North Norfolk: A week in pictures

PUBLISHED: 12:00 02 February 2017 | UPDATED: 12:03 02 February 2017

Salthouse village viewed across the marsh from the East Bank at Cley. Photo: Simon Bamber

Salthouse village viewed across the marsh from the East Bank at Cley. Photo: Simon Bamber

Simon Bamber

A selection of some of the best reader pictures submitted through iwitness.co.uk

A view west from North Walsham of the sun setting and mist rising. Photo: Brian HicksA view west from North Walsham of the sun setting and mist rising. Photo: Brian Hicks

North Norfolk is arguably one of the most beautiful corners of the country.

From beaches and seaside towns to open fields and woodlands, we are inviting readers to send us photographs of their favourite places.

And each week we will publish a gallery of your stunning snaps.

Do you have a photograph you would like to share? Uploading your pictures has never been easier, just log on to our sister site -www.iwitness24.co.uk - and follow the step by step instructions.

Morston Quay at low tide showing Dunlin feeding at the waters edge. Photo: Trevor TaberhamMorston Quay at low tide showing Dunlin feeding at the waters edge. Photo: Trevor Taberham

A golden sunrise at Wells. Photo: Reg HollA golden sunrise at Wells. Photo: Reg Holl

A foggy afternoon at Wells-next-the-Sea. Fishing boats returned after completing their catch. Photo: Chris BettsA foggy afternoon at Wells-next-the-Sea. Fishing boats returned after completing their catch. Photo: Chris Betts

The River Wensum near Three Brick Arches in Fakenham. Photo: Martin SizelandThe River Wensum near Three Brick Arches in Fakenham. Photo: Martin Sizeland

Salthouse village viewed across the marsh from the East Bank at Cley. Photo: Simon BamberSalthouse village viewed across the marsh from the East Bank at Cley. Photo: Simon Bamber

Watching the sea at Walcott. Photo: Ann KellettWatching the sea at Walcott. Photo: Ann Kellett


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