More photographs have been added, which can be viewed, of course, by clicking on tags above. In the process of posting the pictures it was evident that I have a fair few pictures of groynes, so they have their own slideshow.
The pictures are from various east and north Norfolk sites including Wells-next-the-sea, West Runton, Bacton, Walcott, Happisburgh etc. Groynes are common in Norfolk due to the inherent vulnerability of certain coastal areas (both in the physical and political sense). An area for plenty more exploration.
One of my favourite pictures. A juvenile Herring Gull amongst the spray at Walcott in Norfolk.
The signpost to Walcott from the main Norwich road had a sticker on it that prefaced the village name with the words "POOR THEO" which can only have alluded to the Arsenal sprinter, who is manifestly not poor. It has recently been returned to it's original state.
The groynes are a regular feature of this section of the Norfolk coast and a subject I'll return to again.