The National Trust look after Sheringham Park, a large area of parkland above the town. Sheringham Park is the most complete and best preserved example of landscape gardener Humphry Repton's work. Repton designed the park in 1812 and proclaimed it 'my most favourite work'. He adapted the landscape to stage-manage spectacular views of the sea, framed by woodland. This shot was taken in drizzly rain looking out over some of the parkland towards the North Sea.
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