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Norfolk’s coastline captured in stunning photographic collection

PUBLISHED: 12:15 05 December 2017 | UPDATED: 12:26 05 December 2017

A photo of Cromer Pier, which is part of Paul Macro's new book, The Norfolk Coast - A Photographic Journey. Picture: Paul Macro

A photo of Cromer Pier, which is part of Paul Macro's new book, The Norfolk Coast - A Photographic Journey. Picture: Paul Macro

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Norfolk’s diverse coastline is one of Britain’s natural highlights.

A photo of Cley, which is part of Paul Macro's new book, The Norfolk Coast - A Photographic Journey. Picture: Paul Macro A photo of Cley, which is part of Paul Macro's new book, The Norfolk Coast - A Photographic Journey. Picture: Paul Macro

And now photographer Paul Macro has published a book filled with stunning images captured at spots around Nelson’s County where the land meets the sea.

Among the locations featured in The Norfolk Coast - A Photographic Journey are Cromer, Hunstanton, Gorleston and Happisburgh.

Mr Macro, 44, who lives in Norwich, said he had always loved the county’s coastline.

He said: “The sights, sounds, and smells of the Norfolk coast are woven into my soul.”

A photo of Happisburgh Lighthouse, which is part of Paul Macro's new book, The Norfolk Coast - A Photographic Journey. Picture: Paul Macro A photo of Happisburgh Lighthouse, which is part of Paul Macro's new book, The Norfolk Coast - A Photographic Journey. Picture: Paul Macro

MORE: Photographer Paul Macro showcases Norfolk’s coastline in stunning new volume

A photo of Hemsby, which is part of Paul Macro's new book, The Norfolk Coast - A Photographic Journey. Picture: Paul Macro A photo of Hemsby, which is part of Paul Macro's new book, The Norfolk Coast - A Photographic Journey. Picture: Paul Macro

A photo of Hemsby, which is part of Paul Macro's new book, The Norfolk Coast - A Photographic Journey. Picture: Paul Macro A photo of Hemsby, which is part of Paul Macro's new book, The Norfolk Coast - A Photographic Journey. Picture: Paul Macro

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