North Norfolk: a week in pictures

Misty morning in Honing Photo: Malcolm Bubb

Misty morning in Honing Photo: Malcolm Bubb - Credit: Malcolm Bubb

A selection of our favourite reader pictures submitted through iwitness.co.uk in the last week.

Horsey Seals Photo: Jo Clarke

Horsey Seals Photo: Jo Clarke - Credit: Jo Clarke

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

From beautiful beaches to breath-taking countryside and quaint towns and villages in-between, we are asking our readers to send in photographs of their favourite places in North Norfolk.

Each week we will compile an online gallery of some of your brilliant snaps of the area.

To upload your pictures just log on to our sister site www.iwitness24.co.uk and follow the step by step instructions.

Had a walk along the east prom after some rain recently, Cromer still looking good. Photo: Steve Jam

Had a walk along the east prom after some rain recently, Cromer still looking good. Photo: Steve James - Credit: Steve James

If you'd like to see more stunning iWitness photos then please follow our iWitness24 Norfolk Facebook group.


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Patterns left by the tide Photo: Lesley Buckley

Patterns left by the tide Photo: Lesley Buckley - Credit: Lesley Buckley

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