A great day out with Helen Storer, who is the Lead Photographer for the Broads National Park. This unique tour will be focused on learning new photography skills with your own camera, whilst experiencing and learning more about Norfolk's history, culture and people. You will visit the very best locations in the Broads National Park, Norfolk (along the River Thurne and Ant).You will have opportunity to be photograph various wind pumps, tranquil waters and ruined abbeys as well as the wildlife. Norfolk has a quarter of the UK’s rarest wildlife which includes the marsh harrier and swallowtail butterflies. We will have a short break for tea and homemade cake mid afternoon. A truly unique day out and something for everyone, whatever your experience of photography. Suitable for beginners to advance. Private advance bookings only.
ItineraryWe will visit locations all within a 15 min drive from the village of Ludham which is on the River Ant. We will visit at least 3 windmills/wind pumps, plus the iconic St Benet's Abbey. There will be opportunities to spot the Marsh ponies, plus the iconic marsh harriers and other unique wildlife.
This adventure is perfect for individuals and small groups, and can be tailored for:
- Dog Friendly
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