Updated: Oct 25, 2018

Fig 1. David, A. (2018) The Norfolk Coast [photograph] Hunstanton, Norfolk

Day 1 - Saturday 6 October

Hunstanton Beach

2x Red rock rubbings

1x Chalk rubbing

2x Red rock samples (large rock and wet clay)

1x Chalk sample (large rock)

Brancaster (Mow Creek)

1x Sample of red vegetation - sea weed

Photographic studies (Netting, chains, colours)

Day 2 - Sunday 7 October

Wells next the sea

Study of vegetation (reeds and grasses)

Study of patterns in sand from sea movement

Texture created around stones and rocks in the sand by the wind movement


Painting samples of vegetation (seaweed) colour and texture study

Documenting the bands of colour and texture using lines

Burnham Overy Staithe

Study of vegetation and function of the salt marshes by local people and wildlife

Study of the orange rugged footpath

Day 3 - Monday 8 October

Burnham Beach

Flaneaur discovery - meandering without intent

Discovery of clay and collection of clay samples

Play in clay with patterns inspired by sand pattern and waves


Study to compare the red and white colour of the cliffs

Colour identification using watercolour and samples



  • description

  • feelings/reaction

  • evaluations

  • analysis

  • conclusions (general)

  • conclusions (specific)

Q. What is practice as research?

  • Reflection on action

  • Reflection in action

  • Reflection for action

Think about capturing feelings/emotions of experience on Norfolk coastlines - think about specific occasions and sights and how they made me feel/think.

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