Stunning pictures show 6ft snowdrifts in Norfolk village
- Credit: Bob Kett-Brodie
A photographer has captured some stunning images of north Norfolk in the snow.
Norfolk has been hidden under a blanket of snow for the past few days, as easterly winds brought snowstorms, disruption and sub-zero temperatures to much of the county.
While some areas escaped with just a covering, others were buried in the white stuff and the combination of snow and strong winds led to dramatic scenes of large drifts blocking roads and leaving villages cut off.
Many were able to enjoy the weather but for others, it causes disruption, with hundreds of schools and delays, hold-ups and problems on the roads.
In Southrepps, Bob Kett-Brodie took a walk in the weather to capture images of the village.
The photographs, which were all taken in and around Southrepps, show large snowdrifts, some 3-6ft in depth which blocked several roads into and out of the village.
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