We plan to regularly change the imagery used on our website and marketing collateral.

This year we've partner with Rick Bowden, a Norfolk based photographer with an interest in landscape photography.

About Rick

Rick is passionate about creating inspiring images of the beautiful UK landscape. His work has been published in national magazines and calendars, and recently used by the Ordnance Survey.

Rick says "I love to get out into the countryside before dawn and wait for the first light of the sun to appear. The peace and tranquillity makes me feel at one with the landscape. For me, my images are not just pretty pictures, I try to convey the sense of being there in that moment."

We've chosen to only use Norfolk and Suffolk images.

Head over to the gallery at rickbowden.co.uk see some of the other stunning photographs he's taken on his adventures around the UK, Norway and some truly jaw dropping images from the desert of the American Southwest.

How many of the locations we've showcased on our website do you recognise?

Wells, Norfolk

You may recognise the beach and unusual treeline. If so, you'll know this amazing skyline and coastal setting was taken looking towards Wells from the bank of dunes at first light.

Southwold, Suffolk

Perhaps a little easier to recognise if you'd had the opportunity to visit this popular Suffolk seaside town - you'll find this row of beach huts on the beach at Southwold

Stiffkey marshes, Norfolk

If you've visited North Norfolk perhaps to take a trip to see the seals, you may have also taken advantage of the fresh air the distinctive wooden bridges amongst the sea lavender at Stiffkey marshes.

Sheringham, Norfolk

A picturesque row of flint cottages. Perhaps the road sign helped with a hint of where to find them?

Horsey Mill, Norfolk Broads

Of course we'd include the famous Norfolk Broads. However, identifying this location based on just a few leisure boats and a windmill is surely impossible. Maybe the National Park Tea Room helps? This cloudy day shows reflections of Horsey Mill wind pump in the river.