"North of the modern town centre in Old Hunstanton find the gorgeous banded cliffs are made of layers of red limestone with a white chalk layer on top. The cliffs – a perfect geology textbook illustration – are framed by a foreground of chalky sand and green, seaweed-covered rocks. With the setting sun lighting up the cliffs as it lowers across the Wash, this is the sort of place that landscape photographers get excited about." Slow Travel Norfolk; www.bradtguides.com
Hunstanton is the only part of the Norfolk coast that actually faces west. As a result it's always a little disorienting for us East Anglian photographers to be presented with beach features that are touched by light from the setting sun!