Wednesday, 2 May 2012

Morston Quay

We visited Morston Quay on a foul weather day and I was the only one who got out of the car. Which was a shame because it meant OH and son missed the eery clanking and whistling sounds made as chill wind cut around the masts of all the little boats. I really like this stretch of the North Norfolk coast where the landscape falls quickly from the rolling chalk hills down to "coast" road and its string of picturesque villages, then out onto the marshes before rising again over the dunes and finally, finally meeting the sea (and believe me it is a very long way to the sea!).

That quick visit to Morston Quay inspired this print. I hope we might return in more favourable weather conditions. Find out more about Morston Quay and Blakeney National Nature Reserve on the National Trust  pages .

Morston Quay - a two colour lino print available here and here.


  1. Beautiful! As a former Norfolk dweller you have made me very nostalgic…thank you!

  2. It's so nice to see how the wonderful Norfolk coast has inspired you to such a beautiful print... It's perfect...



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