Sunday, 22 January 2012

Review Of 2011.

Even though it has been a very mild winter the grey overcast skies and shorter daylight hours have curtailed my filming expeditions much more than I would have liked.   But every cloud has a silver lining and winter is a great time to edit and catalogue the film that has been shot throughout the previous twelve months.
Reviewing the material is like fast rewinding the year - remembering the places I have been and the people I have met during this years filming.   Here is a selection from 2011.    Enjoy!   


                       Vintage ploughing and farm machinery - a shot from "The Marsh"
  


                                                   Gentle Giants at the same event.


                             Oxnead mill pool from  "Aylsham Navigation" 

 
                                How Hill at sunset from  "My Norfolk Year"


                                Shooting a sequence for  "The Station"


 Hunstanton, the only place in Norfolk where the sun sets on the seaNot in any film - I just liked the shot.









Anna Sewell's birth place in Gt Yarmouth and the house in Norwich where she died shortly after writing  "Black Beauty".     Anna Sewell is remembered in "Aylsham Navigation"







Hunstanton church where a  customs officer and a dragoon are buried, killed by smugglers.
 Featured in  "The Marsh"




Between shots of  Reed cutters on the Waveney,  from "The Marsh".


4 comments:

  1. Replies
    1. Thankyou DC glad you liked the photographs.

      Delete
  2. Fabulous photos, thanks for reminding us.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thankyou Supine for your continued encouragement.

      Delete