The coastal road from Hunstanton to Cromer goes through the small but busy village of Salthouse. There are a couple of places to eat so its a stopping point for many people travelling along the road.
In this photograph you can see the sea defences in the distance which are popular for walkers who stroll along the long coastal path. The path stretches right along the north coast, weaving its way around and through the marshes, reed beds, clifftops, sand dunes, towns and villages that make up the diverse north coast of Norfolk.
I've always wondered what this part of the Norfolk coast would be like in the winter. Maybe the whole ambience of the place changes when the last of the tourists leave. One day I'm going to find out.