Wednesday, 19 September 2012

CRUMBLING CLIFFS NEAR CROMER


Another 'little gem'  5" square acrylic ink work on Lana Vanguard.

Its sad to say that many of the cliffs along the north coast of Norfolk are crumbling away, as in many parts of our lovely English coastline.  Every so often from Hunstanton along to Cromer and beyond these gorgeous red and white cliffs can be seen in this state of erosion.

3 comments:

Christiane Kingsley said...

Nicely done, Joan. You manage to put in a lot of details in such a small format!Great textures also.

Sue Pownall said...

I love this area, although I've only visited a couple of times. Maybe we can sketch up here next time?

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