The Norfolk and Suffolk Broads is the UK's largest nationally protected wetland. The lakes and rivers were formed when people dug for peat in Medieval times, which diggings were later flooded.
My 2011 project, Neither Land nor Water, made comparisons between land and water use in Norfolk and in an area of northern Holland. This project has led me on to exploring in greater detail domestic and working communities and the changing land and seascapes of Scalpaigh.
Here's a selection from the Norfolk pictures - Holland comes later... Scroll further down to Post 1 to see Scalpaigh pictures.
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