An underwater photographer has caught the beauty of a lesser-seen area of Norfolk, just metres from the shore. The Sheringham Snorkel Trail, formed on...

An underwater photographer has caught the beauty of a lesser-seen area of Norfolk, just metres from the shore.

The Sheringham Snorkel Trail, formed on top of a disused Victorian sewage pipe, boasts a “huge array of colourful and interesting sea life”.

Photographer Chris Taylor said the recent warm weather had created near-perfect conditions for the reef – only 50m (164ft) off the coast to be seen.

Divers can make their way along the trail, which features ropes and buoys.

Photos by Chris Taylor

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