They are often brightly coloured but here at Hunstanton they are more natural shades whether because of some by-law or just the inclination of the owners I don't know. Locally Hunstanton is pronounced Hunst'on, by the way. The poet SirJohn Betjeman insisted upon it, though with his pompous, plummy intonation he could scarcely be taken for a local.
A little landscape in the lee of a hut.
Odd compositions pop up unexpectedly as the huts jostle side-by-side along the shore.
Cross the dunes for a view of mysterious landscape-or-is-it-seascape of The Wash.