The BBC has highlighted the amazing images captured by photographer Gary Pearson who has told how he was drawn to spend more than 10 years capturing a “magical” coastal scene.
Gary said he had become “obsessed” with Thornham Staithe, in Norfolk as a place to capture the most amazing photographs.
From the Northern Lights to wildlife and old fishing boats, the 51-year-old has a strong social media following with his images of this Norfolk coastal village “ever-changing vista”.
Now he has collated his favourite images captured in the area around the staithe, or quay as it is sometimes known – an area of wild open marshland popular with walkers, photographers and birdwatchers.
You can find details of Gary Pearson’s photography on the BBC here https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-norfolk-47787189